What’s modern for 2012 is a re-take on retro with eclectic crossovers. Youth culture leads the way.
Native Americana Gets Camo Splash Mixed with 70’s Vibe and Prep–Producing Very Modern Twists On Retro As Seen at Project, MAGIC, and Workroom Fashion Trade Shows
Accessories Profile Report: Top Trends from Summer Indicate Key New Ways Youth Culture Is Creating Personal Style
Label Networks’ summer photo report taken from our researchers shooting trends across the USA indicate fresh new things to look for when it comes to accessories on guys and girls.
Hot Accessories from 2009 Illustrate Youth Culture’s Favorite Adornment-From Intriguingly Cool to Utilitarian to Funny
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.
Good Charlotte Members with LA Artist Tal Cooperman Launch DCMA Collective Featuring Designs from Select Street Graffiti Artists, with Music-Inspired Sneaker Line
DCMA collective is a music and art-inspired streetwear brand launched by Good Charlotte members Joel and Benji Madden, along with their brother Josh, and LA-based artist Tal Cooperman. In an interview at Agenda Trade Show in San Diego with Tal, Label Networks TV was able to get the scoop on the new brand, collective, and now, retail space called DCMA located in the heart of Hollywood.
White-on-white, Neon Splashes, Lego Accessorie-Nu Rave X Hip-Hop Culture = the Future in Upper-Street Style
Everyone wants a piece of style, even if it's simply wearing a unique belt buckle or owning a coveted sticker posted carefully on a beloved beat-up car. The growing fascination for personal style and piece of personal couture has reached a new crossroads in street fashion, and the evolution of this movement includes a distinct trend: Streetwear styles are quickly evolving into the ironic high-end.