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ComplexCon is Back!

By: Krishan Narsinghani

ComplexCon returns to Long Beach, CA this November 6-7 for two unforgettable days of shopping, performances, drops, food and reconnecting safely.

ComplexCon is the largest pop culture festival and exhibition in the world! A place that brings together music, lifestyle, art, sports, innovation, activism, and education. The two-day festival is the epicenter for tens of thousands of the world’s most active, influential, and engaged individuals. Guests in attendance will be able to shop hundreds of exclusive releases from the most sought after brands such as, Adidas, Kerwin Frosts, and Hello Kitty.

This year’s hosts are J Balvin and Kristen Noel Crawley, and the weekend will close with a live performance by ASAP Rocky

Over the weekend there will be in-depth conversations led by influencers and celebrities, art exhibits, food, brand activations, interactive technology, and much more. 

ComplexCon is a one-of-a-kind experience that brings together creators and audiences to celebrate culture, spark creativity, and foster community. We look forward to having you here.  

ComplexCon 2021 Recap Day 1

Day 1 was led with in-depth conversations, led by influencers and celebrities, art exhibits, food, brand activations, interactive technology, and much more. The day featured appearances by celebrities such as J Balvin, Lil Yachty and Gunna. Crowds flooded the floor for DJ sets by Zack Bia, Kitty Cash and Siobhan Bell. 

Adidas had an impactful start to the weekend with multiple activations and giveaways on the floor with top brands and talent. Adidas in collaboration with Prada constructed a interactive cube, which they are raffling off 10 pairs of their Adidas x Prada Re-Nylon. The multi-hyphenate talent Kerwin Frost, who has created “Kerwin’s Castle,” had a slew of celebrity appearances and raffle giveaways. 

J Balvin at ComplexCon covered by 360 MAGAZINE photographed by Armen Kelechian
Photographed by: Armen Kelechian

ComplexCon 2021 Recap Day 2

Day two of ComplexCon was nothing short of entertaining. With appearances from former NBA star, Dwayne Wade (at Lining), podcast sessions, a lagoon of food trucks and more. 

Hip-hop artist, Trinidad James, promoted his shoe collection in collaboration with Saucony. His brand Hommewrk is also spotlighted alongside the new crimson painted sneaker. Streetwear brand Babylon hosted a roulette table for attendees to play on in addition to a slot machine and pinwheel for prizes. Hello Kitty seemed to have a large presence at the event with multiple carnival inspired attractions including a ferris wheel perfect for a Fall day.

A$AP Rocky performed his iconic debut album LIVE. LOVE. A$AP for the first time, celebrating ten years since its release, as well as recent hits. With Rihanna cheering him on next to the stage, Rocky closed out the convention reminiscing through his career over the years and climbing a twenty-five foot pillar to top it off. 

Full lineup.

Hello Kitty
adidas x IVY PARK “FLEX PARK” Swimwear Capsule illustration by Alex Bodgan

Beyoncé × adidas Flex Park

adidas x IVY PARK has returned to present the latest offering in their ongoing adidas x IVY PARK collaborative partnership. This is the brand’s first foray into swim wear, marking an exciting new venture for adidas x IVY PARK. The FLEX PARK swimwear capsule collection emphatically celebrates the empowered spirit of confident self expression and individuality — positively and boldly. This summer, show up and show off in this neon, nostalgic, muscle-beach inspired swim wear.

FLEX, by definition: A boastful statement or display.

Capturing the true essence of summer, the swim-centric collection seeks to inspire anyone and everyone to fearlessly FLEX their best selves. Crafted with self-confidence in mind, the capsule’s ethos is defined by the pursuit of an unabashed representation of who you are.

FLEX PARK brings the nostalgic muscle beach culture to life. The campaign features beauty entrepreneur and fashion influencer, Kristen Noel Crawley, as well as creative multihyphenate and actor, Quincy Brown, alongside body-positive influencer Tabria Majors.

The Collection

Rooted in a mission that continues to push style, functionality, and inclusivity, the FLEX PARK collection is the collaborative partnership’s first foray into swimwear. Boasting a bright neon color palette with contrasting white stripes and accents, the summer capsule serves up the perfect vibe for pool parties or sweltering beach days. Standout pieces include one-piece bathing suits, beach ready cover ups, and sleek two pieces available in sizes XS-4X, as well as a men’s matching shirt and short set, a pair of slides, a bucket hat and bag. Designed to be mixed and matched, the FLEX PARK collection offers something for everyone.

Thoughtfully functional, boldly stylish, and always inclusive, the FLEX PARK capsule launches on July 22nd on Adidaswebsite and will be available in store and at select retailers globally from July 23rd.

adidas x IVY PARK just flexed. How do you flex?

The stylish adidas x IVY PARK Drop 3.5 includes swim wear for all sizes and genders. Clothing sizes range from XS-XL / 1X-4X

Whether you’re looking for bathing suits, coverups, or swim accessories, this capsule collection has someone for everyone. The drop consists of the first adidas x IVY PARK unisex slides, priced at $75. These unisex slides size range in whole sizes from 5 – 15 US.

The collection boasts women’s swimsuits and coverups, as well as men’s swim shorts + shirts. All clothing is priced between $45 to $75. The drop also showcases beach-ready accessories, including unisex hats, a towel, a water bottle, and a tote bag. Accessory prices range from $40 to $120.

Stand out this summer in vibrant colors, including Solar Orange, Screaming Orange, and White. Fun prints, such as the IVY PARK monogram, make for more eye-catching collection details. Fabrics used within the launch include polyester swim materials containing a minimum of 85% recycled content, performance stretch woven, chiffon, and performance mesh fabric.

adidas x IVY PARK “FLEX PARK” Swimwear Capsule image via Kathryn Stelmack at PaulWilmotCommunications from Byl Thompson at Park Wood Entertainment for use by 360 Magazine
adidas x IVY PARK “FLEX PARK” Swimwear Capsule image via Kathryn Stelmack at PaulWilmotCommunications from Byl Thompson at Park Wood Entertainment for use by 360 Magazine
adidas x IVY PARK “FLEX PARK” Swimwear Capsule image via Kathryn Stelmack at PaulWilmotCommunications from Byl Thompson at Park Wood Entertainment for use by 360 Magazine
adidas x IVY PARK “FLEX PARK” Swimwear Capsule image via Kathryn Stelmack at PaulWilmotCommunications from Byl Thompson at Park Wood Entertainment for use by 360 Magazine