WeSC launched a massive party at Bloomingdales in NYC to celebrate their recent collaboration and introduce their latest men’s collection including denim and fresh designer headphones, which brought out NYC’s hipsters, music industry, and fans of the brand.
WeSC Men’s Line Partners with Bloomingdales
Street Art Round-up 2008
Banksy Tears Through the South; Sao Paolo Graffiti Artists Commissioned For London’s Tate While Own Art Back Home Gets the Cover-up; Paris’ colette Revamped and Offers Collabs at NYC Gap with Andre; Swoon Disembarks Another Art Raft But This Time Down the Hudson
Pool S(eco)nd Fashion Trade Show’s Move to Central Hall Proves Positive for the Artistic and Eco-Inspired Fashion Brands Representing -Label Networks’ Bi-Annual Trade Show Revie
This Spring, Pool Fashion Trade Show, a smaller yet inspiring show which takes place during MAGIC in Las Vegas each season, maintained a theme of “Fashion Freedom Worldwide.” However this show has clearly gained a reputation for representing a variety of fashion “artists” or art-inspired brands, plus an array of eco-friendly brands that reflect a growing genre somewhere in-between the types of brands showcasing at Project and the street fashion scene of the South Hall of MAGIC. From February 12-14, Pool and their eco show S(eco)nd, reflected a new version of fashion with a variety of brands that maintained the theme of art inspiration -all within an artistic show landscape.
GenArt’s “The New Garde” Show Kicks-off LA Fashion Week in Downtown Los Angeleswith Jesse Kamm, JMARY, le sang des bete-3 New Innovative LA Designers Featuring Dresses, Vests, Denim, Shirts, Unique Jackets
GenArt traditionally starts off the LA Fashion Week events by hosting their show on the first Friday kick-off, usually choosing a fresh location that sets the mood of what to expect during the next week. On Friday night March 7th for their 5th Anniversary of the “The New Garde” show, GenArt had again chosen a surprising location -The Hotel Park Plaza in downtown Los Angeles.
Measuring Manga and Anime Popularity among Youth Culture Indicates Where the Entertainment Industry May be Headed Next -Label Networks Delivers Fresh Data on the Genres
The popularity of last week’s stories, including “Anime Expo Attracts Largest Crowd of Anime/Manga Fans and Industry in America with Conferences, Cosplay, Masquerade Ball, Midnight Tea, Movies, Dance, Gaming, Karaoke, and Exhibition Hall” and “Anime Expo Fashionistas Showcase Latest Trends in Styles Impacting Mainstream Fashion Including Gothemo, Maid Caf?, Goth-Lolita, Cosplay, Visual Kei, J-Rock, Accessories, Collectibles, and Backpacks” indicated that many readers are interested in the changing landscape of the entertainment industry when it comes to today’s youth culture marketplace of 13-25-year-olds. As mainstream media and entertainment continue to lose marketshare based on the increase in preferences for niche entertainment types, consumer-generated content, and a plethora of other market influences, anime and manga from Japan, continue to have an impact on a new generation -from entertainment, reading patterns, cultural influences, events, music, art, and fashion.
Need an Idea for Fun? Vending Machine Delivers for 50 Cents (and a Quarter Refund) Creating Pop-up Vending Street Art in New York City
Culture jamming and economic solutions were never so fun: new idea machine combines pop-up street vending art and a quarter refund.