Sustainable Brands 2013 Conference which wrapped-up June 6th in San Diego, CA, brought together some of the top industry leaders in sustainability. With presentations ranging from ours at Label Network on “Sustainability and the State of the Future and Youth Culture,” to the keynote address by author, architect, and sustainability leader William McDonough, the week […]
William McDonough and Making Sustainability a Fierce Commotion and Cognitive Way of Thinking Among Youth Culture
Levi’s Launches Waste-Less Denim Made of 8 Plastic Bottles—Among On-going Trends in Sustainable Fashion
Levi’s continues its efforts towards sustainability, and like many brands, has been leading the charge in taking an organic look at what shapes the denim and fashion industries. Today, October 16, 2012, they announced their new collection of denim called Waste<Less that basically incorporates post-consumer waste, specifically recycled plastic bottles and trays into 1 pair […]
Vintage Paris-How a Fashion Capital Is Leading Trends in the Secondary Market Scene
Telltale changes in shopping patterns among youth culture mean an explosion in vintage/thrift stores and retro iconic trends. Here’s the latest from the leading the scene.
Quirky Miniature Replicas of Levi’s Vintage Clothing at Project Draws Attention to New Ways of Exhibiting
Thrift Shopping Influences in Fashion and Fresh Shopping Pattern Trends Among Youth Culture -New Data from Label Networks’ Summer Back-to-School Study 2011
Sneak-peak at the highly anticipated Summer Youth Culture Report–Back-to School 2011 starting with shopping patterns in an important category and what this means for the fashion industry.
Re-Scene Scensters: Thrifted Street Styles Particularly Retro-Americana Are Redefining Old Eras into New, Changing the Landscape of Retail with the Continued Rise of Thrift
Tapping the old to create something new is at an all-time high for 2010 resulting in the rise of vintage/thrift stores across the board. A round-up of busy Paris vintage stores, backstreet hotspots in Harajuku, East London’s Brick Lane, plus data changes in retail preferences.