Better and casual lifestyle vendors are foregoing peasant-inspired looks for a cleaner, sportier feel.
Fueled by strong sales last season, designers in the better sportswear and casual lifestyle markets plan to move forward with ethnic peasant looks for spring 2003. But others are seeking more sophisticated alternatives, such as whites and bright colors in clean shapes, for women who have burned out on the bohemian trend.
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