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.
Here a wrap up of the best:
Satorisan washed antelope leather desert boots.
Ecoalf’s printed cape made from recycled plastic bottles.
OPNK’s “chain link” over dyed denim sleeveless shirt.
Oxford Lad’s novelty print shirts.
Clocks & Colors at the Vitally booth, upscale silver luxe.
The Squad’s dropped crotch knit active shorts.
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.
Alexander Nash’s denim suit jacket, above, and vintage printed cotton sateen sport coat, below, seen in the Freedom Hall.
More Alexander Nash, above.
Oak Street Bootmakers latest popular style.
Super Duper Hats’ Florence-based distressed straw.
Art Comes First’s leather binders.
Johnbull’s denim jacket and jumpsuit.
Koromo’s jacket made of very, very vintage Japanese linen piece goods.
JD Fisk’s printed canvas and suede mods.
Sneezer Parades’ comic strip printed jean jacket.
King Baby’s sterling hand cuffs.
JPress’s vintage print jacket.
Ben Sherman’s printed striped camp shirt.