In our last episode of The Review, we hit up PROJECT’s New York trade show to get a look at the many up-and-coming fashion brands and designers in the industry. For our latest installment, we head out to sin city Las Vegas to check out PROJECTS even larger trade show where tons of buyers come to explore existing and new brands.

We focus on the events "NOW" section, which is a new streetwear branch of the tradeshow. We check out the brand Introspection and their heavy use of crystals, explore 90's sportswear inspired gear with Dope, talk with Thulani Ngazimbi from Rad Black Kids about putting a twist on school uniforms, and more.

Later in the episode, host Noah Thomas sits down with rising artist Sheck Wes before his show at the PROJECT party at Marquee. The rapper opens up about his success as a young artist, learning the value of clothing after losing his entire wardrobe when moving to Africa, and establishing his sound.

For the full interview with Sheck Wes and our tour of PROJECT's Las Vegas trade show, watch the entire episode in the video above.

For more on ‘The Review’, check out our previous episode here.


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