American fashion retailers and brands in youth culture markets are studying what’s working in Japan and why as more ideas prove successful for reaching a new generation of consumers. Fresh street style photos, brands, and data.
Japan’s Leading Fashion Retail Scene with the Opening of Marui One in Shinjuku, Growing Fanbase of La Floret Avatars, and Top Visual Kei Brands and Styles Provide Fresh Insight on What Works in a Recession
Leroy Jenkin’s Continues to Push Trends in New Directions for Progressive Street Fashion with a Mix-up of Woven Shirts, Collegiate-Inspired Jackets, Fitted Caps in Florals Resulting in a Unique Sports Art-Inspired Collection
Ron Upperman from Leroy Jenkins is an inspirational person in progressive street fashion because he comes from a unique crossover background of educational training in animation and fine arts, as well as sports. As an athlete playing baseball all the way through college, not to mention playing basketball and football, his influences, along with his partner, have resulted in making their fashion brand Leroy Jenkins, a stand-out when it comes to overall results.
Mama Clothing is One of the Few Streetwear Labels for Women on the Market Today -Check-out What They Have to Say About their New Collection, Collabs with New Era, TooFly, Adidas, the State of the Women’s Streetwear Industry
Mama Clothing, founded and designed by Gabriella Davi-Khorasanee, is one of the few women’s streetwear brands on the market today -even though ironically, there is a growing demand for this type of apparel. What makes Mama unique are many things, including how Gabriella goes about choosing her inspiration and researching her designs before releasing them.
Pool Trade Show Launches”Concept to Creation” Theme at Loop Space Featuring their Upcoming Transition to Emphasis on Design, Featuring Brands Anzevino & Florence, Mary Meyer, Feral Childe, Gytha Mander, Velvet Leaf, Meadow, and REVL
Pool Fashion Trade Show kicked-off a special event June 7th called “Concept to Creation” which in many ways indicates their new direction of focusing on fashion design and the designers themselves rather than just art and fashion. With invites featuring designer sketches, rulers, swatches, and pantone color flip books, you can see how the transition is making a special emphasis on the designers behind the brands that will be a part of their upcoming trade show August 26-28 in Las Vegas.
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.