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Photo Recap: Agenda January 2015 ~ Long Beach

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Twice a year the Agenda Show in Long Beach brings together a wide variety of lifestyle fashion brands together to show off their wares to buyers, media, and the public. Everyone from the mainstays of the industry to tiny breakout brands are there. Please enjoy senior event editor Erwin Recinos' favorites from this year's show...

Hurley's booth featuring the artist collaboration with New York legend Eric Haze and photographer C.R. Stecyk III.

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V/SUAL Apparel, a brand inspired by the photographic work of visual artist Van Styles.

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Stopped by Leica Cameras booth and drooled over their gear...

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Famous Stars & Straps booth tribute to the late Trigz, #TRIGZFOREVER.

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Joe King, owner and art director of ROOK brand, live painting.

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ViDi Action Cameras are made for the budding photographer and action sports enthusiast who can't quite afford to get that GoPro. Seen here is pro-skater Kevin Fedderson's Signature Series ViDi camera in the green and yellow color way.

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Emo Emoji launched their sticker app on opening day of Agenda. Currently available for iPhone and soon to be released on Android.

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Ace & Chase of Eredetti Eyewear schooled us on the their finely crafted, interchangeable, custom colored bamboo frame glasses. They float in the water and have a lifetime warranty.

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Seating area at Agenda, where buyers and sellers meet and do business.

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Life size diorama with a Toyota TownAce beach side in the Brothers Marshall booth.

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Rastaclat has really made some moves since their debut at Agenda in the summer of 2013. One of the few brands directly connected to the city of Long Beach and rooted in action sports, art, music and street culture.

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BE Headwear booth integrated a Bluetooth speaker system to beanies, headbands and hats. Their slogan, "Cut The Cords", lets you listen to music and talk on the phone freely from a tangled mess of headphone wires... while wearing a beanie.

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Native Shoes are made from EVA, ethylene-vinyl acetate. Think of EVA as the marshmallow that never melts.

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Smokers Only has been around since 2012 and is focused 420 lifestyle streetwear brand. Quoted by High Times magazine as being a "high" quality maker of stylish weed t-shirts, snapbacks, sweatshirts and other premium goodies.

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Artist Darin Vartanian working on a drawing near the Champion Booth.

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Champion Clothing has been making strides with their wares and is diving into collaborations with brands such as SUPREME and BAPE® give a unique spin on a 90's classic. Don't sleep on Champion, they are out to surprise you in 2015.

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Incase is designed for Professionals, Creatives, Actives and Travelers. The Field Bag featured in the pic is built for an iPad Mini 2. Along side it is the Portable Power 2500 which for all you device hungry folks out there is a must when the battery on your phone is about to die.

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Since 2007 Villany Product has grown and is definitely a brand with established roots in Los Angeles.

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