The London troupe called the Yarn Corps makes Knit the City the ultimate DIY statement–one stitch at a time.
Yarnstorming with Knitted Phone Box Cozies and Spider Webs with Handcrafted Beasts Take Street Graffiti to New Levels
Festival Fashion Report: Coachella Fans Indicate Unique Crossovers for Summer ’09 with Indie-Punk, Hippie-Chic, and Goth-Rave
Fashion from the field indicates the youth market is taking crossover genres to the next level. Accessories included.
393-Year Old Japanese Textile Manufacturer Eirakuya Attracts Youth Market with Collaboration with Lawson and Launch of Cool Fabric Pattern Stationary
As Beams once noted, one way into the heart of youth culture is to create cool limited-edition stationary supplies distributed by large convenience stores that are not usually on the cutting-edge of cool.
The School of Anti-Fashion and the Rise of the Design-Free Zone
There’s been a long-running bubbling underground movement going on among real trendsetters in the smack middle of the reactor-core of fashion that’s now threatening to become the very cult it was hoping to avoid.
Jockey Hat-The New Lid In Town
Move over fedoras, fitted caps, and crocheted “get crafty” hats, a refreshing change of headwear is soon to hit the market: jockey hats. Created in various materials and designs such as paisley, plaids, even Hawaiian flowers, the street version of the real thing is sure to make a hit on the heads of youth culture this summer and fall.
Sneak Peak at Sneaker Culture Trends from Label Networks’ Capacity-Crowd Presentation at MAGIC Provides Insight on Why the Marketplace Continues to Rock Fashion
Coming off the trade shows last week including MAGIC, Project, Pool, and United, Label Networks has decided to provide subscribers insight into some of the highlights from our presentation which took place on February 13 and 14th to maximum-capacity crowds.