LOS ANGELES — Buyers at last month’s Los Angeles International Textile Show said they were on the hunt for fabrics with bright colors and bold patterns, as well as embroidery, beading and other surface treatments, to help banish the retail blahs.
Vendors said they saw solid action at the three-day event, which wrapped up Oct. 22 at the California Market Center, but acknowledged that price remains a key issue.
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