Give Me Fashion Freedom at Liberty Fairs

The fashion was fast and furious, with Liberty Fairs new Pier 94 venue a great change – show goers enjoyed the show all on one floor, with no stairs to contend with and a wide open layout that lent itself to perusing booths and chatting up vendors in a good humor. Trends ranged from printed nylon shells to printed canvas slip-on shoes.

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Here a wrap up of the best:

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Satorisan washed antelope leather desert boots.

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Thorocraft’s printed canvas lace ups.IMG_3922

K-Way’s animal printed nylon shell.IMG_3924

Ecoalf’s printed cape made from recycled plastic bottles.

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OPNK’s “chain link” over dyed denim sleeveless shirt.

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Oxford Lad’s novelty print shirts.

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Clocks & Colors at the Vitally booth, upscale silver luxe.

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The Squad’s dropped crotch knit active shorts.

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Max Poglia’s heavy duty leather bag and hat, part of the Freedom Hall, a special section of Liberty Fairs curated by Ouigi Theodore of The Brooklyn Circus / BKc and Sam Lambert / Shaka Maidoh of Art Comes First.

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Alexander Nash’s denim suit jacket, above, and vintage printed cotton sateen sport coat, below, seen in the Freedom Hall.

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More Alexander Nash, above.

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Oak Street Bootmakers latest popular style.

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Super Duper Hats’ Florence-based distressed straw.

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Art Comes First’s leather binders.

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Johnbull’s denim jacket and jumpsuit.

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Koromo’s jacket made of  very, very vintage Japanese linen piece goods.

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JD Fisk’s printed canvas and suede mods.

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Sneezer Parades’ comic strip printed jean jacket.

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King Baby’s sterling hand cuffs.

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JPress’s vintage print jacket.

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Ben Sherman’s printed striped camp shirt.

 

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