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Split Decision

Textile manufacturers are hedging their bets in an uncertain economy by pumping a little bit of everything into the market for spring 2009.

From top: KBC's silk; rayon, nylon and spandex from Philea Textiles; Reynaud Rexo's polyester; silk from Confetti Fabrics; Waltex Tricot's rayon, nylon, polyester and cotton knit.

From top: KBC's silk; rayon, nylon and spandex from Philea Textiles; Reynaud Rexo's polyester; silk from Confetti Fabrics; Waltex Tricot's rayon, nylon, polyester and cotton knit.

WWD Staff

Textile manufacturers are hedging their bets in an uncertain economy by pumping a little bit of everything into the market for spring 2009. Whether it’s textured knits versus smooth wovens or tranquil pastels against moody jewel tones, opposites will have to fight it out to win favor with designers.

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