DALLAS — Novelty sweaters, jewelry, distinctive resort dresses and festive holiday items led bookings at Fashion Industry Gallery’s three-day show ended Aug. 15.
Hot items included clothing draped in fringe, necklaces with tassels, delicate layered jewelry in mixed metals and rompers. A variety of dresses also got attention, including drop-waist, asymmetrically detailed, patterned body-hugging knits, fit-and-flare, knit columns and wispy evening gowns featuring contrasting textures and embellishments. Among the continuing trends were colorblocking, lace, stripes, mixed prints and textures.
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