One of the busiest shows during men’s fashion trade show week in NYC, Agenda’s 3-floored event proved this genre is still in high demand.
Agenda Trade Show NYC Brings Streetwear and Action Sports-Inspired Apparel and Footwear Together Into a Vibrant Gathering of Business and Networking
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.
New Surf Event for NYC: The Quiksilver Pro with ASP and Million-Dollar Purse
The Urban Speaker -Transforming Public Space Into Pop-up Stage for Mass Communication and the Conflux Festival
As part of the upcoming Conflux Festival in NYC this weekend, this device which uses QR codes, re-examines how public space can be redefined as an urban media platform.
NYC Pop-up Round-up: Pop-up Dumpster Pools on Park Ave.; Pop-up Pop-Tarts in Times Square; Pop-up Pot Plants in Brooklyn
Pop-up programs have become one of the best ways brands and retailers have revitalized commerce. However these three in NYC take culture jamming, marketing, and guerrilla gardening to new levels.
Sports Round-up: Swell Surf Show Takes Over Manhattan; Full Bleed Skateboarding Book Debuts Covering NYC Scene; Plus Presentation Announcements–Label Networks to Present at OR; Trade Show and Retail Updates: B&B, Bright, Agenda, Billabong, Adidas Originals Denim
It’s a busy time of year for the sporting world, ranging from art shows to marketing, trade shows, and retail changes. Here’s the scoop.
Billabong’s Design for Humanity Featuring a Surf Fashion Runway Show, Fischerspooner, Kid Sister, Live Art, and Charity Rocks the Paramount Backlot Studios
In its 4th year, DHF raises money for another worthy cause -Invisible Children -while creating a memorable event that combines many aspects of youth culture lifestyle.
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.