NEW YORK — Relieved by what appears to be a victory in Iraq, buyers at last week’s fall II ready-to-wear shows said they hoped the positive news would help ease consumers into their normal shopping habits — which have been plagued by uncertainty in the months leading up to the bombing in Iraq and during the war.

Until there’s equally good news about the economy, however, buyers said they were sticking with tried-and-true resources, especially during secondary markets like last week’s editions of American International Designers at the Waldorf-Astoria and Designers at the Essex House, which took place April 12 to 16 and April 12 to 17, respectively.

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