Earlier this week I visited Las Vegas to check out the latest in fashion at the Agenda, Capsule, and Liberty Fairs tradeshows (I also quickly checked out Project, but no cameras were allowed). As I explored the halls I kept on the look out for new products, new brands, and anything else that I found interesting.
Here are 10 things that out:
1. EDWIN (the Japanese denim brand) showcased a new collection of timepieces. The watch designs were very clean and classic. I was particularly drawn to the stainless steel and leather band combinations.
2. Clae came correct with their new show collection. These leather monotone shoes were on point and left me wanting to purchase each color.
3. Cub & Company is a brand out of New York that provides camera accessories. I first stumbled across this brand on Instagram. I particularly like their leather wrist straps along with their new camera bag. The film roll holders are a nice touch for any analog shooters.
4. Harvest Label is a new Japanese bag brand that showcased an assortment of bags and carry product. I was really impressed with the designs and quality of what I saw at the show. I look forward to seeing more once the brand’s products becomes available later this year.
5. Flexfit and BSCMP as always has one of the more engaging displays. This time around Josh from CLSC had a live art installation that utilized over 600 hats.
6. Made Kids featured their new collection for the kids’ market. Their designs will ensure your kids are the freshest on the block. I don’t have any kids of my own, but once I do I’ll be sure to lace them up with their gear or I can always just hook the nephews up.
7. Odd Sox had the best booth at the show. Their bodega inspired booth featured everything from Complex to Ninja Turtles to some favorite cereal brands on socks.
8. Bellroy featured a couple new products. Their new leather iPhone 6 case / card holder was a beautiful addition to their robust line-up of accessories.
9. Triumph and Disaster is a new men’s grooming product line that has everything for your body, face and hair. Their philosophy is to use the best of science combined with the best of nature to produce naturally derived, but scientifically engineered products that work.
10. Poggy’s World – this technically is an area curated by United Arrows & Sons Creative Director Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi. The area featured great pieces from United Arrows & Sons, NVy by Nick Wooster, readymade, Parabellum, Drx Romanelli, and Filling Pieces.