Active looks, bomber silhouettes, exposed zippers, textured sweaters and outerwear were under hot pursuit at Coterie, which opened Sunday and ran through Tuesday at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York, where some 1,400 exhibitors participated.
Retailers shopping the show had cool, fall days on their minds and were pleased with what they were seeing. There were numerous sweaters, including turtlenecks, chunky sweaters, coat sweaters and sweater dresses from a variety of vendors. Leathers, both fake and real, suede and furs were evident in many fall lines, as well as an emphasis on active bodies, both in sweatshirts and track bottoms. Details including embroidery, quilting and exposed zippers were popular with many exhibitors.
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