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As Seen In: US Weekly’s Recessionista Blog

July 29th, 2009 | By | 4,224 Comments

As Seen In Us Weekly’s Recessionista Blog: Element Eastern Skirt


Tonight: Volcom “BS” Premiere, Encinitas

July 28th, 2009 | By | 2,732 Comments

Volcom BS Premiere Tonight at La Paloma, Encinitas


What: World premiere of Volcom’s BS, the new surf flick starring Dusty Payne, Mitch Coleborn, Alex Gray, Nate Tyler, Andrew Doheny, and more.

Where: La Paloma Theater, Encinitas (101 and D Street)

When: Tonight! Doors open at 8pm

Why: It’s a Tuesday night (probably the only reason you really need to go), you know there will be some hot bods there, and you’ll probably score some Volcom swag. Just a guess though.

Hurley 2009 Walk The Walk Finals: Us Open

July 28th, 2009 | By | 3,942 Comments

(Hurley Walk the Walk Stage, Huntington Beach Pier)

The 2009 Hurley Walk the Walk Finals proved that some high schools do more than just talk the talk when it comes to original fashion and all-encompassing killer steeze. Hurley’s Walk the Walk is a high-energy, “Project Runway” meets “Battle of the Bands” event that puts high schools around the country head to head. The challenge: to create Hurley fashion showcase that combines creativity and their unique vision to showcase Hurley fashion. The grand prize: $10,000 for their school’s art program and bragging rights for the year.


(Over 100,000 Fans Crowed the South Side of the HB Pier for the 2009 US Open)

Held for the first time on the scorching sands of the Huntington Beach US Open of Surfing, the pressure of 100,000 surf fans added an intense element to the grand finale.


(Huntington Beach HS, bringing some serious school spirit)