By  on June 11, 2009

MILAN — Although leading European manufacturers are steering clear of heralding the appearance of green shoots in the men’s wear market, many see seeds of hope for a relative pickup toward the end of the year.

“Things are beginning to stop getting worse and there is the hope that, come the fall, they will appear at least to improve, if only because we will be comparing ourselves with the drops in the last quarter of 2008,” said John Hooks, deputy managing director at Giorgio Armani.

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