May market may have been rife with revelry and industry events, but lingerie basics, not fashion, were the top items on the menu.
Reflecting the difficult economic climate and lackluster consumer spending, retailers were, as usual, on the hunt for innovative product with a touch of fashion — but it had to be an idea or concept that was considered "safe" with brands that offer longevity on the selling floor. The product also had to have the potential of becoming a replenishable item, vendors said.
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