Vendors exhibiting at Coterie Feb. 21 to 23 expect business to reflect the uptick in the economy, concurring that retailers are looking for high quality and innovation as well as good pricing to replenish inventories.
“People are hungry for fashion and newness,” said Yoana Baraschi, owner and designer of her namesake line. “I can see that from dealing with my shipping department. Everybody wants merchandise now — no one is delaying, which means there is a need. I think buyers will look for value. Not value as a price point, but value in a product.”
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