NEW YORK — Accessories makers claim they have all the reasons for a good outlook on business.
Customers are embracing the splash of color in main floor handbag departments; long linear and chandelier earrings don’t seem to be coming off earlobes any time soon, and even hats are experiencing a revival of sorts with newsboy caps and fedoras favored by the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Alicia Keys. Retail inventories, meanwhile, seem to finally be in check, minimizing markdown and chargeback issues.
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