Liberty Fairs NYC: Top Brands roundup

Liberty Fairs NYC: Top Brands roundup

Liberty Fairs fourth New York edition is an excellently curated show bursting with innovation and quality product. With clear and consistent presentation, it is a joy to shop. If you miss the curation of Project LV, check out Liberty Fairs!

Here is a roundup of our standout brands:

Wheelers. V
The first season of this clean, amazing quality streetwear with witty Norm Core Luxe graphics at a great price point. Made in New York.

Vie Riche Paris
Amazing neoprene graphic T’s with bonded seams and graphic placements by innovative print artist Abiel Ruiz.


Like Pitti Uomo, this show features fantastic accessories, particularly bags.
Check out our Top Three:

Focused Space
The passion project of three San Diego based brothers known as The Wheat Group, who have been making accessories for brands such as Puma. Brilliant retail price points from $60-$120 for leather backpacks.

A 5-year old Shanghai brand new to the U.S. market offering cool flannel bag ranges with the aim to push the boundaries of design and function.

An independently owned company based in New York specialising in stylish, durable, high-performance bags for daily use and travel. Stand out pieces include minimalist utility hold-alls and backpacks.

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