NEW YORK — European designers are holding the line — for now.
Facing a soaring euro against the dollar, designer companies are absorbing price increases and living with smaller margins, rather than passing the higher costs on to an already-resistant consumer. Retailers, meanwhile, said they aren’t seeing any dramatic increases and believe that, in the end, the consumer will respond to strong product no matter the price.
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