One of several specific trends emerging from the fashion trade shows last week include a new, more extreme take on Americana fashion providing a unique angle within heritage.
Extreme Americana -Haute Military, Eclectic Camo, Great Outdoors-Inspirations, and Japanese Re-Interpretations Outline a Growing New Subculture
Magic, Project, Workroom–Fashion Trade Shows and What’s Up On Day 1
MAGIC and Project Fashion Trade Show-Some Highlights from What to Expect
As trade shows continue to evolve, two of the largest in the United States, have created some interesting new concepts, events, and programs.
Bread & Butter Berlin Breaks Records with Number of Visitors from Various Countries, Indicating Strong Fashion Trade Show for Street and Urbanwear
The numbers are in and the final impressions are recorded as Bread & Butter releases latest figures on a successful show.
“The Kids Are Alright -300 Fashion Style Portraits” -A Documentary Report by Label Networks
The preview: visual and mesmerizing journey through the variety of fashion styles that young people prefer and why, with the rare authenticity that comes from images captured in their own environments.
Fashion Favorites Have Shifted in Youth Culture Due to the Economy, Spending Patterns, and Styles. Fresh Results from Label Networks’ Summer Youth Culture Study Reveal Where Market Opportunities Now Lie
“When it comes to fashion, what type of brands are you becoming more attracted to?” Fresh data and analysis by Label Networks.
Denim: The Size of Market, Which Youth Demographics Are Buying Most, Best Price Points, and Greatest Potential
The recession has taken its toll on many fashion industries, particularly premium denim, however based on in-depth cross-tabs of our youth culture data, certain new markets reveal far more resiliency and growing at targeted price points.
What is your overall Favorite Brand of Clothing? -Youth Culture in North America Results Indicate Strong Shifts in Preferences. Here’s why.
While knowing which brands are most preferred is of great importance, understanding why, and where the shifts have changed the most by demographics can be even more telling. LN forecasts for Summer Study 2010.