DALLAS — Economic jitters had a minimal effect on buyers at the women’s holiday and resort show that ended its four-day run Aug. 14 at the Dallas Market Center, as retailers wrote orders for holiday and early spring.

“We didn’t expect a lot from this show and I was pleasantly surprised,” said Pam Martin, who shows Red Haute, Zoa and other contemporary labels. “As long as gas is high, my region is good. But more than ever we have to be on the phone and on the road.”

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