By Lisa Plummer Savas
“They will definitely be talking about who’s been appointed, what were some of the campaign promises and what has been the action so far,” said Julie Hughes, president of the U.S. Fashion Industry Association and moderator of the session.
She continued, “We’ll also provide guidance on what to expect and what can and can’t be done in terms of the trade agreements unilaterally. There are other regulations the industry cares about, such as immigration or other things that might have an impact on the economy. Travel is pretty important in our industry, too, so we may keep coming back to that, as well.”