Lots of business was done at this Fall’s show yet still with the quirky surprises and fun of a crossover show that’s obviously growing.
Agenda Trade Show for Action Sports and Streetwear Apparel, Footwear, and Lifestyle Accessories Introduced New Exhibitors with Industry Legends Indicating a Strong Market Category
MAGIC, S.L.A.T.E., and Street Fashion Trade Shows Indicate that Urban Has Taken the High Road and Street Contemporary Means More than T-shirts and Sneaks
Label Networks bi-annual review of MAGIC and its sub-shows bring together a dynamic change in fashion, as MAGIC itself split into 2 campuses to further attract its retailer and buyer base.
Agenda Trade Show -Forum for Action Sports and Streetwear Brands Goes Big as the Kick-off to Fashion Trade Show Season Starts
Agenda proves that it was time for a new crossover show between action sports, streetwear, footwear, and denim. Here’s to taking it to the next level.
MAGIC, S.L.A,T.E., Street, Punk, MMA Fall Trade Show Proves Mix of Eras and Attitude Can Create the Most Intriguing New Fashion Trends
Label Networks’ review of MAGIC indicates that fashion designs from the streets inspired by music and the trenches of the economy can result in a culture-clash-up ripe with fresh designs.
Agenda Fashion Trade Show at New Location Rocks Hard, Captures More Action Sports Brands Catching the Street-Vibe, and Proves Change is Good
Earlier date, improved venue, great DJs, food, art, and excellent line-up of streetwear brands, no wonder action sports wants in.
S.L.A.T.E. Fashion Trade Show Makes Moves to Capture Lifestyle Elements of Leading-Edge Brands Represented, Starting with New Alliance with Vegas Hard Rock Hotel
As more fashion trade shows seek innovative ways to attract exhibitors, retailers, industry players, new strategic moves with hotels and events inspire the overall experience.
Agenda Moves to Huntington Beach to Correspond with U.S. Open of Surfing and Earlier Buyer’s Cycle Dates
Timing of trade shows have always been a major issue, as has their affiliation and of course location. Latest changes for Agenda may be a good but doe make sense for it%uFFFDs core exhibitors?
Changing Times for MAGIC Fashion Trade Show, including S.L.A.T.E., Turning Focus on Quality, Business, and Price Points Instead of Hype
Fashion trade shows feel the recession, especially the big ones like MAGIC. But business is still being done when it comes to savvy streetwear brands and buyers.
Agenda Trade Show Offers Tighter, Smaller Show, But Delivers Top Brands Trends in Street Fashion and Action Sports Crossover
Agenda Fashion Trade Show finished up on Saturday January 26, with a successful vibe and energy from its expanded 3-day concept that had many in street fashion thinking that there is hope in this troubled retailer landscape. While the show was smaller this time around, which according to director Aaron Levant was also an intentional move to keep quality high, the show floor was continuously busy with orders being written despite the doomsday economy we’re all now facing. Here’s a quick overview of highlights, but stay tuned for in-depth interviews from Label Networks TV with brands including 10 Deep, ALife, The Museum Group, Aaron from Agenda, Livity, Altamont, Akomplice, Miss Wax, Nikita, Creative Recreation, Cardboard Robot, Hellz Bellz, DCMA Collective, GRN Apple Tree, Keep, Jeepney, Mishka, Beautiful Decay, Obey, In4mation, and WESC.
10 Deep’s Emeka Obi Talks with Label Networks TV about the Birth of the Legendary NYC Streetwear Label, the History of Streetwear, Where Things are Headed Next
10 Deep is a true legendary brand in streetwear, having been around for 12 years and pushing the scene before it was even coined as the subculture called “streetwear.” “We’ve been riding the wave of highs and lows since its existence,” says Emeka Obi, the Marketing and PR Director for 10 Deep in an exclusive interview with Label Networks TV at MAGIC Fashion Trade Show. “We come from a variety of different things and where things started, ranging from punk, skateboarding, hip-hop and where things fuse together into socially relevant forms. Our work is a part of these things -sometimes political, sometimes nonsensical -cues taken from global influences.”