The ironic nature of bringing outdoor art inside isn’t the only thing causing waves with this exhibition. Spanning the history of the movement from Jamie Reid’s Sex Pistols’ to Banksy oil paintings, Jeffrey Deitch’s vision is creating a stir.
Art in the Streets at Geffen MOCA Brings Graffiti and Street Art to the Forefront, Featured for the First Time Inside an American Museum
Accessories with Attitude Define Miss Wax’s Acrylic Jewelry and Girly Knucklebusters
One thing that a bad economy makes certain is the increased importance of accessories in personal style.
Project Fashion Trade Show Brings Sparkle to Business in an Otherwise Dour Economy with Bustling Aisles, Top Denim Brands, Footwear, Accessories, and Upper-Urban Apparel
Distressed denim, plaids, quality footwear, return to authentic workwear-made-street-savvy reminds us that the ideals of fashion have changed.
Jared Gold Runway Show Pop-up-Retail Concept at Union Station in Los Angeles Provided Instant Gratification for Hundreds of Fans Interested in this Avant Garde Street Fashion Designer
Jared Gold is well-known as an avant-garde designer for turning historical garments into ready-to-wear street fashion. At his highly anticipated show from his Black Chandelier label on March 14th held at the beautifully historic Union Station in downtown Los Angeles, he presented a collection of distilled Victorian garments with Louis the XIV style, models in massive wigs, colorful tights, all combined with a huge dose of fanfare as they strutted down a 190-foot long catwalk.
Street Fashion Meets Art at the Premiere of THELABELLAB Exhibition at Crewest Gallery Featuring Cardboard Robot, Miss Wax, Andrew Hanson, Original Hip-Hop Chocolate
Fashion art have always maintained an intertwined relationship, particularly when it comes to street fashion and graffiti art. On March 15th during the wrap-up of a busy LA Fashion Week, Label Networks debuted its first LABELLAB EXHIBITION at Crewest Gallery in downtown Los Angeles featuring live fashion art installations created by THELABELLAB members’ Cardboard Robot, Andrew Hanson, Miss Wax, and Original Hip-Hop Chocolate. The Exhibition marked the first live incarnation for emerging street fashion brands to depict their independent style through artistic installations in a unique gallery in downtown Los Angeles.
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.