Parsons School of Design has a new dean of fashion, Burak Cakmak, who is known for his work as sustainability director for Kering’s Gucci and Stella McCartney, and before that, the Gap. Parsons, which is known as a leader in fashion design education, is also where famous designers such as Marc Jacobs, Anna Sui, and […]
Parsons School of Design to Focus on Sustainable Fashion
Retail Round-up: Teen Apparel Stores Get a Boost from Back to School Bubble
inancial reports are out and here’s the latest from Abercrombie & Fitch, Zumiez, H&M, Gap, and more.
Top Concerns in Youth Culture Reflect Differing Opinions than Mainstream Media Reports
Youth culture markets of 13-25-year-olds aren’t as much in shock-and-awe about the failing economy (and government) as you may think. This DIY generation kicked-in their survival tactics long ago. See what cause-marketing campaigns would make the most difference to them.
ASR Runway Fashion Show Part 2: Glimpses of Fashion from Skate, Snow, Surf Lifestyle Apparel Indicate Refreshing Sporty Styles in Skinny Denim, PeaCoats, 90s Belts Dresses
In Part 2 of the ASR Fashion Show story from the trade show last week, January 24-26 in San Diego, Label Networks delivers images of top brands in action sports and trends in lifestyle apparel relating to this industry.
Children of the Revolution: Bohemian-Rave Chic among Youth Markets Redefine Expectations for Back-to-School and Street Styles for Spring/Summer %u201809
While recent fashion runway shows illustrate S/S09 fashion as moving classic, even pin-up, youth culture street styles are moving in the opposite direction with mash-ups of bohemian chic, rave, synth-pop rock influences, developing an altogether original style.
Backpacks, Bags, Purse-New Key Finds in Styles Add to Unique Back-to-School or Back-to-Work Fall Looks
Whether you’re actually going back-to-school or not, Fall always brings a back-to-work feel, and with it, new trends in bags, purses, and backpacks. Label Networks’ carefully edited street style photos from North America, Europe, and Japan deliver the latest on what to expect and why.
Future Forecasting: Changes in Top Future Concerns Among North American Youth Culture Indicate There Are Several New and Growing Trends Impacting Lifestyles and Choices
Since September 11, 2001, Label Networks has been tracking youth culture markets of 13-25-year-olds across North America (and later, Europe, Japan, and China) about top future concerns to get a sense of the mindframe of the marketplace. Released today in our Fall Study 2008, results reveal the greatest changes in 7 years, indicating a cultural shift under way.