By  on July 20, 2007

SAO PAULO — Brazil's two major fashion events offered retailers strikingly different choices in terms of style and price — and price often won out.

The upmarket Sao Paulo Fashion Week gave foreign buyers two price options — expensive, established designers or the more affordable, underdog brands. At the more mainstream Fashion Rio, also showing summer 2008 collections, buyers found prices, even among top stylists, more palatable.

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