What we humans choose to accessorize with says a lot about individual creativity and trends, especially at a time when accessories have come to “represent” fashion, rescuing style when money is tight. Here’s our street report recap from %uFFFD09.
Hot Accessories from 2009 Illustrate Youth Culture’s Favorite Adornment-From Intriguingly Cool to Utilitarian to Funny
Changing Times for MAGIC Fashion Trade Show, including S.L.A.T.E., Turning Focus on Quality, Business, and Price Points Instead of Hype
Fashion trade shows feel the recession, especially the big ones like MAGIC. But business is still being done when it comes to savvy streetwear brands and buyers.
South Hall Scenster-Leading-Edge Street Urban Fashion Players Give a Nod to the %u201870’s %u201880’s but Reflect Individual Flavor from Various %u2018Hood-Part 1 of Label Networks’ Photo Montage From the Trade Show Floor
The South Hall area located in the MAGIC fashion trade show continues to provide some of the best opportunities for discovering new trends in street and urban style. From February 13-15 in Las Vegas, the South Hall simmered with style from core fashion players. In this photo story, bling in the form of boom boxes, MC microphones, and charms are still the order of the day. Wide gold chains have been replaced by large charms and multiple necklaces, topped with retro sunglasses, shutter shades, and oversized glasses in bright colors.
Car Culture in America Is Changing Fast Thanks to a New Generation of Drivers Taking the Wheel on What's Important and Why, and Reinventing the Industry Altogether
Fresh results from Label Networks' Fall Youth Culture Study 2008 indicate automotive changes among youth culture continue to carve out new trends and ideas that for some reason the auto industry (and corresponding agencies) simply don't get.