DALLAS — Colorful and romantic tops and dresses were prime targets at the three-day spring-summer market ended Jan. 24 at Fashion Industry Gallery here.
Bright fuchsia, teal, yellow, coral and blue led bookings, as well as floral, stripe and zigzag prints and combinations of black and white. Immediate deliveries of spring jewelry were a high priority, including pendant and initial necklaces, layered chains, beaded and leather bracelets, and bold rings plus skinny, stackable styles. Pleated and shimmering fabrics and cream lace were popular, along with pale and distressed denim.
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