PARIS — Exhibitors at last week’s Denim by Première Vision show adjusted prices and looked to offer more versatile products in an effort to entice inventory-averse buyers working with smaller budgets.
The show ended its two-day run here on June 4, attracting 1,489 visitors, a 2.8 percent dip compared with last year’s June session, according to organizers. Weavers cited robust demand for superstretch fabrics, washes and artfully destroyed denim.
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