By  on January 3, 1994

NEW YORK — Fashion stocks got socked in 1993, reflecting the general malaise in the fashion industry. And analysts don’t expect much improvement in 1994 until demand for apparel improves.

The WWD stock index tumbled 6.9 percent in 1993, compared with a 13.7 percent climb in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and a 7.1 percent gain in the Standard & Poor’s 500-Stock Index.

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