PARIS — As the Paris runway shows ushered a trend toward pared-down elegance for men, boutique trade shows here presented a return to relaxed, casual styles equally in tune with recessionary times.
Among the trends at the shows — which ended their three-day runs here Sunday — was the comeback of classic sportswear and a marked preference among buyers for brands that focus on producing specialty, or heritage items of high quality, be it shirts, jeans or bags.
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