DALLAS — Immediate goods did an unusually brisk business at the fall market here, as some buyers chose to hold off placing fall orders because of rocky business trends and the uncertainty caused by the war in Iraq.

But merchants still praised the detailed styles offered for fall, including leather and suede items with novelty treatments and fashions distinguished by asymmetry, topstitching, appliqués and embroidery. The market ended March 31.

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