On Tuesday, Jacob Javits Convention Center experienced a few of the latest contributions to urban fashion and street style

A proportionally sized section of the 1,800,000 square foot Jacob Javits convention Center dedicated itself to displaying a selection of a few streetwear brands’ latest attempts at creating new style. Labels such as Stussy, Huf, 47′ brand and Champion gathered together showcasing collections of their newest apparel offerings presented to a room of consciously dressed fashion enthusiasts. Promoted and “The largest names in streetwear” a multitude of fashion labels came through to claim their position and establish their position. Large magnitude manufacturers such as backpack merchandiser Herschel Supply Co. and skate shoe architect Vans showed up; Agenda also provided an opportunity for smaller scale, emerging and re-emerging brands to slip into collective recognition. Vintage designers like Coogi, Lo-Life and Fila advertised their latest lines and accessories in hopes to regain their once sizable traction and impact within the style community. At the helm of a constantly spinning turntable, bouncing DJs supplied a constant loop of hip hop and dance tracks providing a chilled out backdrop for the convention attendees. Embedded above is a visual taste of the Agenda trade show experience . A myriad of trade show highlights can be seen in the video footage recap including new design work from 10 deep, Alife and G-Shock.