Story and photos by Tom Wallace and Kathleen Gasperini There’s no question that Liberty Fairs, now in its 4th show, reminds those of us in the fashion industry of the early days of Project. The show, which was launched by Sam Ben-Avraham, the original founder of Project, has made his latest incarnation of a trade […]
Liberty Fairs Brings Intelligent Style, Leading-edge Denim, and Reconstructed Streetwear to the Forefront
MAGIC, S.L.A.T.E., Street, Workroom, Project, Pool, (capsule)—Label Networks’ Review of America’s Largest Fashion Trade Show Scene and Where Trends Are Headed
Story and Photos by Kathleen Gasperini and Tom Wallace The flurry of fashion trade shows in Las Vegas from February 12-15, 2012 bring with them a diverse angle of what’s taking shape in fashion from a wide spectrum of genres particularly in the United States. While we mostly concentrate on youth culture influences, including streetwear, […]
Project New York Brings Creativity, Commerce, Contemporary Fashion and the Art of Craftsmanship”To-Gether”
New initiatives including Made by Project featuring 11 artisanal brands making items on-site adds the nod to craftsmanship within the evolution of this show.
The Black Ivy -Street Etiquette’s Latest Project Highlights Cultured Male Prep Fashion with Unique Concept and Visuals
The integration of style, character, education and art with a tribute to the first black colleges in America.
PacSun Beach Ballyhoo Success Featuring Top Action Sports-Inspired Brands Such as Volcom, WESC, Fox, Vans, Plus Music from Circa Survive, and a Tony Hawk Demo May Mark a Significant Turn for the Retailer
Summer love-fest of action sports took place at the Santa Monica pier June 19-20 attracting hordes of people. If only trade shows could be this fun.
X/Y Tribes in the House: How Entertainment Venues, Runway Shows, Retail Spaces Need to Address the Importance of Attracting Today’s Youth Culture Markets
Entertainment venues, like any other industry trying to be relevant by 2010, need to address the importance of attracting youth culture markets, namely 13-25-year-olds.