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Volcom Launches Georgia May Jagger Collection with Big Bash

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  • Georgia May Jagger at the launch party for her Volcom collection in LA last night - Photo courtesy of Volcom
  • Volcom surfer Maud Le Car, Georgia May Jagger, and surfer Coco Ho
  • Models wearing the collection at the LA presentation Wednesday
  • Volcom CEO Todd Hymel and Musician Fat Tony - Photo by SES
  • Canadians were in the house - Jean-Philippe Belanger, Vicky Latour Schwarzenbach, Lea Parisi, Andre Dallaire, Kris Lee and Christina Campbell - Photo by SES
  • Volcom Global Denim Designer JJ Gonzales and Global Creative Director Mike Aho - Photo by SES
  • Melina Cortez and Megan Mack of Jack's, Volcom's Lauren Turcotte, and Susie and McKenna of HSS - Photo by SES
  • Surf photographer Jimmy Wilson, Volcom surfer Coco Ho, and Volcom Team Manager Richie Olivares - Photo by SES
  • Ingrid Schmit of the LA Times and Rachel Marlowe of - Photo courtesy of Volcom
  • Cheyne and Anya Cousens of Island Surf & Sport in Rhode Island
  • D and Stephanie Nachnani of Coastal Edge and Karly Cottrell of Island Water Sports - Photo by SES
  • Volcom's Granger Clark, Daniel Terry and Paul Danchak - Photo by SES
  • The party in LA - Photo by SES
  • A view of the party - Photo by SES
  • Georgia May Jagger at the launch party in Paris - Photo courtesy of Volcom
  • Outside the Paris party
  • The party in Paris - Photo courtesy of Volcom
  • The Paris launch for the Georgia May Jagger collection - Photo courtesy of Volcom

Volcom celebrated the launch of their Volcom X GMJ premiere collection at START Los Angeles Wednesday.

The collaboration with Georgia May Jagger features a variety of clothing inspired by her love of skate culture, music and fashion.

The event featured a Volcom x Georgia May Jagger pop-up shop, complimentary custom screen-printed shirts and temporary hair color by Wheeler Davis Salon.

DJ Josh Ludlow, Deap Vally, and DJ Alexandra Richards played live music while guests enjoyed cocktails and the food trucks.

Volcom brought industry retailers out for the event, and invited influencers and mainstream media such as the LA Times and Vogue.

Volcom held a similar launch party for the collection in Paris, and we have a few photos from that party as well in our slide show.


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