Happy Earth Day from Label Networks! To celebrate, we’ve put together a quick fashion round-up of changes in the industry via increased efforts of sustainability. We are also pleased to announce our 5th Annual Sustainability and the State of Youth Culture Study will be released next week! First, this week marked the 3rd anniversary of […]
Earth Day Round-Up: Fashion Revolution Week, Third Anniversary of Rana Plaza, Fashion Transparency Index—Levi’s On Top
Katiness-Fever: Capitol Couture Connects Hunger Games Fashion with Revolution Style
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire which premiered this past week not only broke box office records, bringing in $307 million in the first weekend, but has also inspired the fashion industry, particular high-end designers to launch film-inspired collections, videos, Tumblr blogs, and magazines. The latest to note is Capitol Couture by Trish Summerville, the designer […]
Non-Toxic Revolution Marks Latest Initiative of Highly Popular Youth Non-Profit Keep-a-Breast
There’s a bigger picture to having healthy boobs and KAB knows how to make a difference -this time with the launch of the Non-Toxic Revolution.
Keep A Breast Foundation’s 10th Anniversary with Save Our Sisters Exhibition of Artistic Breast Casts of Surfers Painted by Surfer-Event Attracts Who’s Who of Surfing, Street Artists, Industry Players
Keep A Breast is an example of a successful non-profit in youth culture, having raised awareness about breast cancer for young people through art and now, the launch of their Non Toxic Revolution.
Retail’s Revolution and the Changing Dynamics of Success through MCommerce, Second-Tier, Fast-Fashion, Mall Changes, and Other Ideas that Work
Tracking global youth culture data on spending patterns and retail preferences, Label Networks takes a look at the changing face of retail and forecasts where things are headed next and why.
Miyavi’s Japanese Visual Kei Kabuki Rock Catapults Growing Subculture of Japanese Music Fashion Mash-ups Influencing New Youth Markets Across North South America, France, the UK
Ever-alert to the taxonomy of the risible, those of us at Label Networks absolutely love it when we discover the climate change of a new trend. This is clearly the case in the wake of Miyavi, a self-described “visual kei rocker” that is changing up even this concept of original Japanese visual kei J-rock bands into, as Miyavi describes it, “my own sense of visual kei, which is influenced from Japan, kabuki, but many cultures into its own show, sound, fashion.”