The first annual Agenda Festival showcased the future of streetwear and set the stage for heavy hitters in the Hip Hop industry. The Long Beach Convention Center hosted over 500 brands and roughly 10,000 attendees. The sheer size of the event was impressive which made standing out even more difficult than it already is in such a vast market. With established and up and coming brands alike, the convention had 15 year veterans and first timers side by side in hopes to turn heads and impress buyers, sellers, and hypebeasts. Each company had a unique approach to captivate the attendees.
One of the most impressive booths at the event was that of Civil Regime. Roses growing out of a pile of cinder blocks was the centerpiece and vocal-point of their display. With plays on designer brands and edgy denim pieces, the Regime didn’t disappoint by providing high fashion aesthetics at an affordable price point.
Agenda Fest did an excellent job of fusing the cultures and vibrations of streetwear, Hip Hop, and skateboarding. We can’t wait to see what they have in-store for us next year!
Write-up by Kyle M.
Photos captured by Evan C.
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