Agenda NY was just a few weeks ago, and now we’re headed to Vegas to go at it again. We were super busy at the tradeshow in New York showing the Spring 1 and Spring 2 2015 collections. The Spring offerings got amazing feedback and we cannot wait to show you what we have been working on. This is one of our most complete and diverse offerings to date. We have so many products that we are very proud of. We were invited to participate in Agenda’s section dubbed The Woods, which was an honor. Be on the lookout for pics from our Vegas show, but for now take a look at some show and booth photos from New York after the jump.
Drawing inspiration from the earth tones and natural expanse of our home state of Colorado, We have delivered a clean, inventive collection for Fall ’14. We displayed marked maturation and a continual refinement of our craft, which is evidenced by the intricacies of the fall drop. Joggers and fleece pullovers have been dyed to perfection, while hoodies, tees, and sweat-shorts bear the patterns and colors of Colorado landscapes. We have applied our cut & sew methods to the entire collection, the most sophisticated of which comes in the form of the Crisp Jacket. Sporting a warm flannel lining, branded buttons, leather toggles and a distinguished color blocked exterior suited for layering with the rest of the fall offering. The Crisp Jacket exemplifies the direction we are headed. Peruse the pictures of the complete cut & sew collection and look for it to drop at Akomplice retailers Worldwide and on our Webstore on August 17th at 1700 hours EST. Check out the rest of the fall collection after the jump.
Just wanted to give our fam a heads up that we just released some webstore exclusive makes.
SlamXHype takes you inside Agenda NYC where they interview the likes of Scott from 10 Deep, Ray from Mighty Healthy, and Akomplice co-founder Patrick Liberty. Peep it.
Inspired by both the aesthetic and regenerative qualities of bamboo, we reached out to Colorado cohort Panda Bicycles to create something wild. On the heels of their collab with Marc Jacobs, Panda Bicycles was excited to join forces with us to design a street-savvy version of their “The One” fixed-gear bike. The unique design makes for a smoother ride than traditional metal-only frames due to the flex afforded by the bamboo. Fun Fact about bamboo is that it has the ability to grow up to 4 feet within 24 hours. It also has a higher compressive strength than wood, brick or concrete and a tensile strength that rivals steel. We believe the bike sports a truly unique design with the “Into the Wild” theme manifesting across the frame with a white base offset by stark animal stripes. If you’re in the market for a new fixie, be sure to be swift with your clicks when the bike drops Sunday, July 27th at 9:00 AM EST on the our Webstore as it is seeing a very limited release. Price tag: $2,500.
Check out the rest of the Fixie Bike photos after the jump.
We were honored to do the Agenda NYC bucket hat. Every Agenda trade show, a couple of the top brands are tapped to do an exclusive not for sale, show only Agenda hat, that is given away to the top stockists and taste-makers that make it out to the show. The hat is made by Flex Fit for their special BSCMP project. The bucket features passport-esque stamps all over, with the motto “You ain’t got enough stamps in your passport” woven on the front label. We got Mass Prod here rocking the Akomplice x Agenda Bucket at a private airfield…Peruse the rest of the photos after the jump.