Urban Outfitters is on a roll and their music-inspired fashion themes are working. Today, March 11, 2013, they reported their fourth quarter financials with profits up 110% since last year at this time to $82.55 million from $39.26 last year. Urban Outfitters, owners of the popular brand Free People, Anthropologie, BHLDN, and Terrain also continues […]
Urban Outfitters Reports Q4 Profits Double; Big Push at SXSW; Launch of Festival LookBook Styles
Vintage Paris-How a Fashion Capital Is Leading Trends in the Secondary Market Scene
Telltale changes in shopping patterns among youth culture mean an explosion in vintage/thrift stores and retro iconic trends. Here’s the latest from the leading the scene.
DIY T-shirt Designs: Forecast for Summer 2010’s Most Creative Silhouettes That Eclipse the Original Graphics, Plus New Brands to Watch
What’s next in T-shirt designs from a stylistic and materials points of view indicate the growing importance of DIY silhouettes vs. graphics. Fresh street report.
Pool Fashion Trade Show Reflects Unexpected Upbeat Mood as Art-Inspired Designers and Boutique Buyers Explore New Options with High-Volume Traffic
Pool continues to show that trade shows can stand apart -even if it’s within the same hall as others -based on the quality and uniqueness of its exhibitors and buyers.
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.
Urban Outfitters’ Space 15Twenty Officially Opens and Brings Fresh Ideas to the Concept of Progressive Event Retail
You could call it pop-up retail made permanent but that still doesn’t quite capture the full-picture of Space 15Twenty’s mercurial landscape.
Agenda Fashion Trade Show Review
Siphoning off the cool-factor from ASR, Agenda captures the buzz of a new crossover culture that includes skate, music, art, street-inspired fashion brands making it a must-see show for anyone looking for what’s next.