LOS ANGELES — Delicate, spring hues are a thing of the past: there’s a bolder, brasher color story for the season, and it calls for prints galore.
That was the message at the Los Angeles International Textile Show that wrapped up Wednesday at the California Market Center. Vendors described it as a lure for shoppers who have held back too long for retailers’ comfort, as a result of economic jitters and a lack of fashion direction.
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