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Agenda (Part Two) ~ Asphalt Yacht Club, Quintin Co, JSLV, Grenco Science, DimePiece, Chuck Originals, Rastaclat, Madekids, Olloclip


Asphalt Yacht Club is founded by pro skateboarder Stevie Williams, along with Stefan Janoski, Nyjah Huston, and Justin “Figgy” Figueroa. Amateur skaters on the AYC team include Riley Hawk, Derrick Wilson, Ben Nordberg, and Blake Carpenter. AYC combines skate culture, street style, and contemporary fashion into one. Inspiration for the clothing line is drawn from the diversity of its team members, the designs reflecting both the struggle to succeed and the luxuries of success.


Quintin Co was at Agenda debuting their Spring | Summer 2014 collection and gave LATACO a sneek peak of the Great Outdoors pack coming out this coming September.


Formed in 2007, JSLV (Jus•Liv) is a brand committed to bringing quality apparel to the skate, snow and graffiti culture. JSLV is made up of a diverse group of individuals all sharing common goals and dreams. In a short amount of time JSLV has grown from a well thought out plan into a brand that is now recognized on an international level. For this summer's Agenda Show JSLV had artist Codak Smith paint the panels for their booth.


Grenco Science™ leads at the forefront of ingenuity and aptitude, consistently engineering the most advanced, user-friendly portable vaporizers in the world. The first to market a tank system specifically designed for essential oils and personal aromatherapy regiments.


DimePiece was founded in Spring of 2007 in the heart of Los Angeles by brand co-creators Ashley Jones and Laura Fama. Their charismatic vision quickly transformed into a go-to brand for girl power, cult graphics and uninhibited contemporary streetwear.


John Putnam is the founder and CEO of Putnam Accessory Group and creator of one of the hottest new street wear accessories brands, Chuck Originals. Many of his clients (which include massive cult-following brands such as Neff, Obey, Young & Reckless, and Hurley) refer to John as the "Man Behind the Curtain" as he has been instrumental in design, manufacturing, and building their brand and that of so many of today's rising stars in the men's accessory industry.


Founded from the roots of the sneaker and skateboarding culture Rastaclat believe's in spreading positive vibrations in a world with so many negative occurrences and energies. This Long Beach based brand in its third year as a company is debutied its Back to School and Holiday 2013 collection at Agenda.


Made Kids debuted at this summers Agenda Show as one of the first street-wear brands for kids with it fun and friendly graphic takes on some hip-hop classics as pictured here. Definitely a brand to be on the look out for in the coming months.


Patrick O'Neill invented a product bloggers and Instgrammers use almost everyday, olloclip. The revolutionary 3-in-one lens system for the iPhone 5/4S/4. Talking with Patrick O'Neill about this lens system, we learned that he invented this in his kitchen table and that he is a fan of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

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