Label Networks’ 11th Annual Spring Youth Culture Study 2011 reveals significant changes in social network preferences, communication, technology, and new media patterns among youth culture.
The Urban Cycle Fashion Movement and the Cult of Transportation
When the journey surpasses the destination, and style and green ethics count too, you know you’ve located a worthy trend.
The End of the Fashion Tents for New York Fashion Week as the Show Gets Moved to Lincoln Center
The notorious Bryant Park fashion tents during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week often caused chaos, overcrowding, and paparazzi meltdowns. The circus is over.
Ecomm Store The Buyble by Rule of Next Launches with”New York State of Mind” Theme Changing the Concept of What’s Possible in an Online Store Street Fashion Experience
Online retail is clearly the wave of the future, but it takes creating an underground movement with a solid database to start a truly credible ecommerce following, not to mention a select grouping of key brands, excellent backend system that can handle commerce, and of course, a connection to the street fashion scene itself. So when Robert Rosenthal, owner of the contemporary street fashion chain called Next out of Cleveland, decided to expand his well-established brick %u2018n mortar stores’ shopping experiences online, he sought for a unique solution that matched his progressive retail aesthetics, which is where Jay Yoo comes in.
Volcom Buys It’s Japanese Distributor, Plus How the Street Fashion Scene Differs in Japan vs. USA
Japan continues be a hotbed target for Volcom as they continue to move internationally, however as we’ve studied, the street fashion scene, especially in Tokyo, is far different than what you’ll find anywhere else.
China’s Blogging Culture: Label Networks’ New Data Reveals Significance of Blogs among 15-25-year-olds in Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou
Blogging has impacted North American and European youth culture tremendously in the past 5 years, but where it’s really making a new impact is among the millions of young people in Asia -especially in Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, and China’s most vibrant cities of Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou. In this story, Part 2 of online patterns across China
Tokyo’s Top Retailers, Harajuku La Foret Shibuya 109 Get Overhauled with New Online Avatar Features, Additional Boutique-Label Networks’ Japan Data Reveals Favorite Retail among Youth Culture Where Changes Could Capture Marketshare
The prime locations for seeing the top designs of Harajuku Girl street fashion are obviously in Harajuku, an area of Tokyo between Shinjuku and Shibuya, and can be seen the minute you step out onto the train platform at Harajuku Station on your way to Takeshitadori -a narrow street packed with young people buying up various kinds of apparel, footwear, and accessories.