By and and  on July 22, 2008

NEW YORK — The number of visitors attending last week's round of international textile shows here grew despite fewer mills exhibiting and buyers facing mounting pressures to control costs.

Foot traffic was brisk at Première Vision Preview, which ran Wednesday and Thursday at the Metropolitan Pavilion and featured a lineup of 116 mills. Philippe Pasquet, chief executive officer of Première Vision, said he felt comfortable that the show had established itself as a vital part of designers' and buyers' development processes.

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