One thing that a bad economy makes certain is the increased importance of accessories in personal style.
Accessories with Attitude Define Miss Wax’s Acrylic Jewelry and Girly Knucklebusters
Denim Trends from the Trade Show-Styles, Washes, Silhouettes from Street, Premium, Urban, and Women’s Leading Brands, plus Top Trends from Attendees
To get an idea of what to expect this Fall from the denim industry, we take a look at a cross-section of genres, brands on the floor, and denim styles worn by attendees and exhibitors.
Project Fashion Trade Show Brings Sparkle to Business in an Otherwise Dour Economy with Bustling Aisles, Top Denim Brands, Footwear, Accessories, and Upper-Urban Apparel
Distressed denim, plaids, quality footwear, return to authentic workwear-made-street-savvy reminds us that the ideals of fashion have changed.
Trade Show Review: Agenda’s 12th Streetwear Fashion Trade Show Highlights the Ongoing Crossover Appeal of Music, Action Sports, and Street Culture Apparel and Accessories
Still the place to pick up inspiration and quantify that streetwear is a strong subculture on the move.
Project’s Fall Fashion Show Creates New Excitement for Denim, Contemporary, and Premium Street Brands Attracting Scores of Leading Retailers and Buyers Interested Discovering New Season Collections and Hidden Gems
Drawing comparisons to Bread & Butter, Project this time around seemed more its own show with an expanded women’s section, footwear, accessories, and of course latest collections among the world’s leaders in denim.
Dress Right Featuring Hellz Bellz, Converse, Orthodox, and Han Cholo Provide Sneak-Peak at Fresh Fashion, Accessories, and Footwear at California Market Center
Winter fashion never looked so good if you happen to be wearing something from Dress Right, LA%uFFFDs street and contemporary fashion event series.
Agenda Trade Show Offers Tighter, Smaller Show, But Delivers Top Brands Trends in Street Fashion and Action Sports Crossover
Agenda Fashion Trade Show finished up on Saturday January 26, with a successful vibe and energy from its expanded 3-day concept that had many in street fashion thinking that there is hope in this troubled retailer landscape. While the show was smaller this time around, which according to director Aaron Levant was also an intentional move to keep quality high, the show floor was continuously busy with orders being written despite the doomsday economy we’re all now facing. Here’s a quick overview of highlights, but stay tuned for in-depth interviews from Label Networks TV with brands including 10 Deep, ALife, The Museum Group, Aaron from Agenda, Livity, Altamont, Akomplice, Miss Wax, Nikita, Creative Recreation, Cardboard Robot, Hellz Bellz, DCMA Collective, GRN Apple Tree, Keep, Jeepney, Mishka, Beautiful Decay, Obey, In4mation, and WESC.
MAGIC Takes Heat from Main Hall Brands with Re-Vamp Likely; Capsule to Launch Another Show in Vegas During Magic as the Trade Show Wars March On
Fashion trade show industry undergoes heavy changes as large brands re-evaluate and smaller shows continue to attract growing niche brands and buyers.