Its that time of year again, this week AGENDA Trade Show took over New York City for a two-day preview of what’s to come in streetwear this season. Over a hundred premiere urban apparel companies set up shop on Pier 92 in NYC from 10 Deep, Champion, Herschel Supply Co, The Hundreds, to name a few. Even Migos showed up to promote their line YRN - a nod to their debut album, and to take some pictures with fans.

Notable faces, fashion bloggers, industry heads all stopped by to see what’s up and coming in streetwear this spring and let me tell you it’s colorful. Orange is definitely not going anywhere soon, however red, blue, and yellow seemed to be the colors of choice for a lot of brands this spring. And a notable mention to say that camo, yes camo, is coming back.

Champion came through with one of the best booths of the show. Featuring live art and a t-shirt customizing station which drew large crowds in awe. The new collection was bold focusing on primary colors for their new zip up hoodies, windbreakers, and joggers, as well as static patterns featuring their iconic “C” logo.

Another eye-grabbing booth was the Flex Fit display, which featured a large neon cap installation which encouraged people to “think.” Behind the light set up was a preview of their upcoming hat collaborations with brands like Extra Butter. Across from the cap, tunes were provided by Papercut, as well as a few free publications from VICE and menswear magazine MR.

Some of my favorite pieces came from Ethik Clothing who had a colorful 90s-inspired collection. Their collection featured windbreakers, soccer-inspired activewear, as well as a range of statement tees. Cheers for the brews!

10 Deep also had an impressive spring collection lined up from mock-neck long sleeves to windbreakers, the collection was highlighted by camo patterns, knitted details, and a strong lookbook.

Honorable mentions to DIY brand STUGAZI, Civil Regime, and Community 54.

If you want to know more about Agenda, head on over to their website.