Following our street style report from AGENDA Las Vegas Fall/Winter 2015, we present a full recap of last week's Vegas stop of the streetwear-oriented AGENDA trade show. Brands such as Reebok, RANSOM, New Era, Native, Herschel, and Hall of Fame all gave us peeks at their forthcoming FW2015 collections while a few standout special products on show included the Pink Dolphin x Fila sneakers, Baron Von Fancy x Mighty Healthy collection, and the ongoing AGENDA x Flexfit Basecamp headwear project featuring the likes of ALIFE. New brands such as Dealers NY, Dog LTD and The Shrine caught our attention this show with new spins on classic ideas. Furthermore Montreal's Notorious Barbershop was on site at the Sin City show giving complimentary cuts, while iconic American sportswear brand Champion was seen live-embroidering custom colored "C" logos in honor of their Champion Reissue collection. Have a look at all of this and more in the gallery above.

  • Photography:Pete Williams for Highsnobiety.com

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