Capsule Introduces 5 Progressive American Fashion Brands in “New America”

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Capsule Tradeshow is internationally recognized within the fashion community. With shows in Paris, New York and Las Vegas, they continue to deliver the best brands for buyers to get their hands on. If you have a favorite label at your go-to shopping destination, then it most likely started on the tradeshow floor among a sea of equally great brands. Here, Capsule introduces five American fashion brands that are set to replace your current wardrobe. Read more after the jump.

 

R H U D E

Born in 2013, R H U D E has redefined streetwear with its eclectic mix of modern and classic pieces. Made with the finest fabrics and striving for the perfect fit, this brand is steadily forming a following worldwide.

 

 

Midnight Studios

This punk inspired brand has only been around for a little over a year, but we will definitely be watching their progression closely.

 

 

White Iverson

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424

Those who make the journey to Fairfax know that 424 is the only destination to buy the most coveted jewelry. Within their store houses their own collection of collaboration apparel. Don’t sleep on this L.A. staple.

 

 

Blackfist

If you’ve read any Fear Of God lookbooks, attended a Givenchy show, or watched a Lana Del Rey video then you’ve seen the tattooed model Bradley Soileau. Last summer he introduced his own brand Blackfist. What you get here are punk inspired garments flirting with streetwear appeal.

 

 

Second Layer

There’s something for everyone with this modern and minimalist brand. Dressed up or styled on the streets, their fashion forward pieces will fit any setting.

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Marc Mangapit

Marc Mangapit is an editor and freelance writer from Los Angeles. Pizza hunter and burger snob. He misses the old Kanye, the "I can't even go to the grocery store without some Ones that's clean and a shirt with a team" Kanye.

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