LOS ANGELES — Novelty and texture attracted designers who were benefiting from a recovering economy, and attending the Los Angeles International Textile Show.
Displaying collections for spring 2015, the 250 exhibitors at the California Market Center represented domestic vendors from Los Angeles and Chicago, along with foreign mills from France, Italy, Spain, South Korea, Turkey and India.
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