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Top Brands of Liberty Fair NYC '17

Lemon Brands x Liberty Fair NYC '17  |  Top Brands of 2017

This year Lemon Brands walked the Liberty Fair NYC '17 show to stay up to date with all the new brands showcasing new collections. We came up with a list highlighting the Top Brands of Liberty Fair NYC. 

 

Descendants of Thieves

When Matteo Maniatty approached Dres Ladro with the idea of starting Descendant of Thieves, he was initially hesitant. Ladro, an ardent believer of individuality and exclusivity, accepted Maniatty’s offer by creating limited edition pieces with selective distribution. The brand stays true to that vision to this day by boldly telling viewers to not wear the brand for it isn’t for everyone. Descendant of Thieves is known for creating pieces with razor sharp slim fits and reverse engineering. Ladro designs from the inside out, adding hidden messages and concealed pockets to their signature shirts and blazers. 

 

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Android Homme

Los Angeles based brand that was founded by Javier Laval in 2008 after seeing a void in the affordable luxury space between $200-$400. Obsessed with design, detail, construction and quality the shoes are all designed in LA and hand made in Italy. Taking inspiration from architecture and sacred geometry this season's collection incorporates details that make you take a closer look. The clashing of aggressive and minimal design with quality craftsmanship get to the heart of the brand, “it is never too late to reprogram”.  

 

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Ezra Arthur

The brainchild of four brothers, Ezra Arthur creates heirloom pieces that merge contemporary engineering and timeless practices to produce one of a kind leather goods. It’s the quintessential American brand; Ezra Arthur designs and manufacture all of their pieces in Arizona’s warehouse district. Their selection is varied manufacturers everything from leather belts, bracelets, wallets, snap pouches, and razor cases.

 

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Golden Bear SportsWear

When it comes to menswear jackets, Golden Bear Sportswear is the go to brand. The sportswear started in San Francisco in 1922 selling dockworker coats to the locals. Fast forward a century, this legacy brand is still in the Bay Area, producing great quality outerwear. Updated pieces like the bright varsity jackets and naked finishes for FW17 play to the younger markets while the lambskin bombers and leather jackets are classics. The jackets are true investment pieces, with the leather gaining patina over time proving that Golden Bear Sportswear gets better with age.

 

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TOP BRANDS OF Agenda NYC

LEMON BRANDS X AGENDa NYC  |  TOP BRANDS OF 2017

This year Lemon Brands walked the Agenda NYC show to stay up to date with all the new brands showcasing their FW17 lines. Looking around we came up with a list of brands that caught our eye at this year's show. 

 

Chpo

Combining Japanese mechanics, Scandinavian clean cut design, and a strong social value statement Chpo delivers a classic look at an affordable price hence their saying, “anyone, anywhere.” While providing a premium product Chpo is quick to point out what they stand for telling us on their website, “If you hate homosexuals, people of different color or women, please do this one favor for us. Don’t buy our gear.” Based in Stockholm, Sweden, they are currently selling in 21 countries. As CEO Viktor Telegin looks toward the future, he wishes to increase awareness of the brand internationally partnering with brand ambassadors and building content that can spread across the social media world. 

 

Check out the latest from CHPO:

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Weiv

Featuring their Tactical Jackets, Weiv showcases a classic look with a twist that is perfect for anyone that is looking to make a statement. Focusing on the basics, the design team aimed to used different color palettes and silhouettes to give the customer pieces that can be layered and styled in numerous ways.  In addition to style, comfort is the word that comes to mind with Weiv. The cotton spandex fabric they use with their lazy silhouettes allows the clothes to be lighter without compromising comfort.

 

Check out the latest from Weiv: 

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Ekumenik

Into their tenth year, the Canadian brand’s attention to detail is what truly makes them unique. Derived from the Greek word, oikoumene, Ekumenik stands for “The Inhabited World.”  Providing an escape from the mundane, this menswear brand chases adventure. After all, the apparel is manufactured in Bali, the surf destination for anyone looking for a scenic escape. Known for their modern knits and soft flannels, Ekumenik strategically selects its fabrics to enhance its fit focused pieces.

 

Check out the latest from Ekumenik:

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