Co-founded by Karl-Heinz Muller of Bread & Butter, 14oz. as a store and now magazine feature a 360 view of style, credibility, brand lifestyles, and customer experiences.
14oz. Magazine Launch from Berlin’s”Store of the Year” Brings Welcomed Retail and Brand Portfolio Concepts Together
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Retail Openings: Emily the Strange Concept Store in Athens, Greece; Miner49er by Denim Design Lab in San Clement, CA; Forever 21 in Times Square
Paris Graffiti Artist Andre Launches Street Fashion Collection
In a rare interview with Parisian graffiti artist, retailer, club owner, and now clothing designer, Andre, Label Networks sheds light on how this Renaissance man’s empire grew from the tougher side of Paris.
Meeting John Fluevog of”John Fluevog” Shoes
In a rare interview with the iconic footwear designer/CEO, Label Networks captures the story behind the cult status of John Fluevog Shoes; plus what went down at the 5th anniversary of the Melrose Fluevog store in Los Angeles.
Coachella Music Arts Festival Mixes Pioneering Performers from Prince to Portishead with Burgeoning Artists Like Metric, Data Rock, and Hot Chip, Resulting in a Ripple-Effect that Will Impact Music Culture
As the first festival of the summer circuit, Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival produced by Goldenvoice, which took place last weekend April 25-27, is where you’ll see a good chunk of the bands that will be doing the festival circuit this summer. It’s also the place where new up-and-coming bands, particularly in the indie rock genre, electronica, rave, and synth are showcasing for the first time in front of larger audiences, particularly internationally as a lot of these bands will hit up the European festival circuit later in the summer.
Top Store Preferences for Fashion Indicate Changing Spending Patterns among Youth Culture
The differences with fashion in youth culture markets vs. older markets (those 26 ) is that trends often come from the bottom-up, rather than from the 26 top-down. What we mean is that young people tend to pick up their ideas for fashion from each other, from utilitarian means, out of necessity, from the streets, grassroots word-of-mouth awareness, or their surroundings in general, rather than from the latest trends dictated by fashion houses, advertising, or marketing efforts on TV as a prime example.
Pool S(eco)nd Fashion Trade Show’s Move to Central Hall Proves Positive for the Artistic and Eco-Inspired Fashion Brands Representing -Label Networks’ Bi-Annual Trade Show Revie
This Spring, Pool Fashion Trade Show, a smaller yet inspiring show which takes place during MAGIC in Las Vegas each season, maintained a theme of “Fashion Freedom Worldwide.” However this show has clearly gained a reputation for representing a variety of fashion “artists” or art-inspired brands, plus an array of eco-friendly brands that reflect a growing genre somewhere in-between the types of brands showcasing at Project and the street fashion scene of the South Hall of MAGIC. From February 12-14, Pool and their eco show S(eco)nd, reflected a new version of fashion with a variety of brands that maintained the theme of art inspiration -all within an artistic show landscape.
Coachella Music Arts Festival Kicks-off Summer Styles with a Nod to Retro, Rave, Boho, Bathing Suits, Unofficially Making It THE Place to Spot Upcoming Summer Trend-Part 1
As the first festival of the summer circuit, Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival produced by Goldenvoice, which took place last weekend April 25-27 in the blazing sun on the polo fields of Indio near Palm Desert, has become the unofficial kick-off point to summer season fashion.