LOS ANGELES — Bangles, bright colors and a gold medalist were among the elements that apparel manufacturers at the Los Angeles Majors Market used in an effort to appeal to retail buyers disheartened by the economy.
Merchants said accessories were carrying their stores through the turbulence and they sought to stock up on scarves, belts and handbags.
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