Its been a year since Agenda Show NYC has been in the big apple but now the street, surf, skate and lifestyle fashion trade show is back! This year Agenda was at a new location, Pier 94 and it ran in conjunction with the Liberty and Capsule fashion shows. Pier 94 was a dope venue for Agenda as it kind of combined the vibes of the shows previous NYC locations. As always it was a great event with some of the best brands showcasing their spring, summer and fall line up. We came primarily to cover the Agenda Show but we did make our way over to Capsule and Liberty for a few shots.
One of the more intimate gatherings in scale, Agenda New York City takes place in the heart of Manhattan, and hosts around 250 brands across roughly 100,000 square feet. Agenda New York City mirrors the Long Beach show’s diversity of product as well as overall experience, but in a more focused, concise package. This unique show is Agenda’s authentic presentation of the street, surf, skate and lifestyle cultures through the filtered lens of New York’s polished men’s fashion market. Given its geographic location, the New York show is a convenient place for European and east coast based buyers to interact with exhibiting brands and see new offerings.
We have ton of video interviews hosted by Crazy Al Cayne to get through so for now check out the photo gallery below. Some of the brands featured in the photos are King ICE, Digmi Nation, Diamond Supply Co, Ascot, Umbro, Pro Standard, PSD, Tony Bellissimo, Blind Barber, Champion, Fi Collection, Parasuco, Mizizi, SoulStar, Thiik, Brother and Vlado Footwear to name a few.
Nike’s Air Force 1 Low “N7” Collection
The folks at Nike recently released their latest Air Force 1 sneakers in support of the N7 Fund. The kicks are inspired by “the vertical expanse of sky and water, each element a refracted sibling of the other, bending into many blues as the sun drops into the horizon line.
“Nike believes in the power of sport to move the world forward. We strive to break down barriers, inspire action and bring people together. The N7 collection, including the Air Force 1, supports the N7 Fund and its commitment to help organizations provide sport and physical activity programming to Native American and Aboriginal communities so that they can lead healthier, happier and more successful lives. Since its inception in 2009, the N7 Fund has awarded $5.6 million in grants to 243 communities and organizations, reaching more than 420,000 youth. Nike is committed to diversity, inclusion and human rights, and we believe in a level playing field for everybody.”
Retailing for $90 USD, Nike’s Air Force 1 Low “N7” arrives on June 21 at select Nike retailers and Nike.com.
Air Jordan 4, Levis White x Black Denim Edition
We’re loving these Jordan Brand/Levi’s collabo denim kicks!! The brands took the Air Jordan 4 Retro and dressed it up in both black and white denim styles. Both versions feature gum out-soles with that signature Levi’s detailing in the tan leather tongue patch with the jumpman logo in red, custom hang-tags, and the Levi’s red-tab flap on the upper. Both the black and white colorways will be available in adult and GS sizes for kids! There will also be matching jackets to go with the kicks and they should be dropping at the same time. The official release is slated for June 20th at select Jordan Brand retailers worldwide so you have a few weeks to save up 😉
Vans Vault & Pilgrim Surf, Spring/Summer Two Tone Old Skool
Vans has link up with Pilgrim Surf + Supply and launched a collaborative Vans Vault capsule. Our favorite set of kicks from the collabo is the two tone Old Skool’s. The kicks are featured in a olive/white colorway. The olive colorway is featured on most of the upper with the exception of the inner side. White is used on the vans stripe, laces and soles. The inner side panel of the upper is white and the vans strip is also white.
Be on the lookout when these badboy’s drop on May 17th. Price is said to be $75..Nice!