PARIS — As their fall collections hit the runways, designers already are turning their minds to spring — and are squeezing mills over prices more than ever.
Firms exhibiting at the world’s largest textile fair, Première Vision, which ended its four-day run here Friday, focused on heritage but also price given the global economic downturn, with customers pushing for wow-factor fabrics for less.
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