MIAMI — Following a turbulent year where firms had to deal with woes brought on by war, weather and a sour economy, brands jumped into the critical cruise season with a plethora of new lines, divisions and brand extensions.
The Cruise 2004 Swimwear Show ran July 19-23 at the Miami International Merchandise Mart & Radisson Convention Center and drew plenty of buyers from major department stores, from Macy’s to May Co., as well as specialty stores, national chains and a few international retailers.
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