AW18 Las Vegas Men’s + Women’s Preview

January 30, 2018 BY CAPSULE

Join us for our AW 2018 Las Vegas Men's & Women's show. In true style, expect this roster of brands to deliver the coolest in independent design. Expect an eclectic mix of sustainable labels, elevated athletic wear and functional accessories. See you soon...



Hailing from Australia, BOW3RY has recently made a serious name for itself in the world of skateboarding. With a dedication to being much more than just clothing, the label from down under draws inspiration from numerous areas, and possesses the ethos that anyone wearing the brand is part of an immoral subculture. BOW3RY will always be more than the clothes they produce. BOW3RY is a direct reaction of the style and subculture they navigate. These are the things that mold them and their brothers and sisters, so that they truly stand out in a sea of over saturation. You are now a member of an immoral subculture.



Founded and managed by brothers Dennis and Maico Signor, Diemme has 25 years of experience within the outdoor and performance segments, as well as producing for brands such as Maison Martin Margiela, Chanel, Bottega Veneta, and cult Japanese brands like Nonnative and Victim. All parties, from design to development to production, are committed to making a product of the highest quality. As a vertically integrated private company centralized under one roof, Diemme is in a unique position to work with the world's most high-end leathers and materials. Every Diemme pair is handcrafted by expert workers at every step of the process.



Disco is not dead. Los Angeles based brand Disco Tuesdays is for the fashion-clad disco enthusiast. Launching in Fall 2017, Disco Tuesdays is inspired by the youth culture elements of experimentation, colorful clothing and drug-taking rave environment. This collection of high street fashion is for today's anything-goes era of fashion. Inspired by the Golden Era's infamous Studio 54, Disco Tuesdays recreates the experience of people dressing to be noticed.



Inspired by the vanishing sub-genre of agricultural memo books, ornate pocket ledgers, and the simple, unassuming beauty of a well-crafted grocery list, the Draplin Design Company of Portland and Coudal Partners, a Chicago creative firm, created Field Notes Brand. Every Field Notes paper product has been manufactured in the U.S.A. From the paper, sourced from some of the finest mills in the Midwest, to even the inks used, the production of Field Notes has never required travel on a cargo ship or plane; just the roads crisscrossing the country. Their collection boasts smartly-designed, vintage-styled pocket notebooks, calendars, and various other office accoutrements.



Founded by Gemma Shiel in 2001 in a garage, Lazy Oaf are an independent British streetwear label who focus on driving irreverence into everything they do. Designing men's and women's collections from their London studio, the brand creates pieces that play on their dark, and often, warped sense of humour. The attitude of poking fun and not taking anything too seriously is carried through the whole design ethos which is continually inspired by misspent youth, teenage rebellion and a general sense of apathy towards conforming to the norm. The label immerse themselves into creative subcultures by seeking out fellow weird kids including artists, musicians, photographers and style-influencers who represent them on a global scale.



Quatre Cent Quinze is a young streetwear brand from France. It draws its inspiration from hip hop and literature. The motto of the brand is "Per Aspera Ad Astra", which is the latin for "Through hardships to the stars". Their creations come from our passion such as literature, cinema, music. They are trying to express themselves through those inspirations.



Super by Retrosuperfuture is a leading brand producing outstanding contemporary eyewear. Founded in Italy in 2007 by Daniel Beckerman is entirely handmade in Italy and had the opportunity to collaborate with some of the world’s best eyewear manufactures and experiment with new production techniques, finishings, materials and detailing. Recognized for its distinctive mix of eclectic aesthetics and beyond exceptional manufacturing quality, Retrosuperfuture now stands as one of the most dauntless contemporary e­­yewear brands, incessantly reinventing the way in which sunglasses should be designed, manufactured, styled and ultimately worn.



Vagabond Shoemakers’ philosophy is dedication, craft and the love for a great looking pair of shoes. Each collection is about everyday fashion with a lot of attention paid to the silhouette, sustainable quality and the details that count.



THE VEJA PROJECT CREATES A POSITIVE CHAIN. Sneakers that are made differently. Using organic or recycled and fairly traded cotton for the canvas of the shoes. Using wild and fairly traded rubber for the soles. Using recycled plastic bottles to create a technological fabric. Made in a high standard factory in Brazil. Mixing it with minimalist aesthetics and innovative technologies. WE ARE VEJA. Transparency is the future. Spread the word.



A pioneer of Los Angeles streetwear culture, X-Large started as a shop in the LA neighborhood of Los Feliz, on Vermont street in 1991. Opened by Eli Bonerz and Adam Silverman, the store catered to their diverse community and was quickly adopted by personalities such as Mike D of the Beastie Boys, Spike Jonez, and Chloe Sevigny. The X-Large clothing brand was a true reflection of its surroundings and Los Angeles lifestyle. The brand drew inspiration from work wear, vintage, and club scene aesthetics; to mid-century design, skateboarding and music influences. Iconic for its Gorilla logo, X-Large is established as one of the originals and continues to influence generations of streetwear culture worldwide.

You won't want to miss these brands at Capsule Las Vegas Men's & Women's - there's still time to REGISTER here!


Feb 12 – Feb 14⠀

Sands Expo Center, Hall B

3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, 8910

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