By  on February 23, 2016

NEW YORK — As celebrities, buyers, editors — and now just regular Joes — all jockey for position at the runway shows this month, the most important front-row seat might be reserved for someone else: potential investors.

Experts said there’s a slow boil of designer dealmaking going on behind the scenes in the U.S. and that it’s taking a new and different flavor than it has in years past. That’s because designers are caught between frayed retailers, cautious consumers, an impossible production schedule and spastic digital evolution.

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