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Womens
Interview with Maud Le Car
We had a chance to catch up with our very own Maud Le Car this week to ask her about her strong quarter final finish at Copa El Salvador Impresionante. Here's what she had to say... Was this your first trip to El Salvador? Have you surfed or heard of this wave before? This was my first trip to El Salvador and all I heard about this wave of Punta Roca, the wave of the contest, was that it's an amazing long right, a world class wave in super warm water. What to you like about surfing this wave?  I like surfing this wave because it's just so rippable. I love long rights and Punta Roca is a point break so it's always breaking in the same place with a long wall all the way down until the end of the wave. You can make so many turns in the pocket, it's just paradise. What are/were your favorite things about this trip? My favorite things about this trip were first the wave of Punta Roca and the fact that I made a result but more so that I had the opportunity to show my surf. I learned a lot during this contest about myself and the way I abord contest. What made the difference, why did you do so well at this event?  I think what made the difference in this contest was the way I changed my vision of competing. I started this year in 5th and 9th place and expected others good results to qualify in the world tour 2016. I put so much pressure on myself, I couldn't even just do my surf during a heat… I had been losing on the first round on the last 3 events and that was really frustrating. It was hard to see my dream for the qualification this year go a little bit farther away every first round I didn't make. I realized that whatever the results, what I love the most is just surfing and the amazing feeling surfing gives me. The simple fact that to surf makes me feel so alive and happy is the most important thing for me. So I went to El Salvador just to HAVE FUN and without expecting or waiting for a result. I think I did well because I was enjoying my heats and was just thinking about destroying the waves and not about the result. Tell us what you were thinking about while in your heat(s)? And where are you off to now? It's weird but during my heats I was thinking about nothing! I was just breathing, waiting for the waves and once the wave was there I just focused on surfing my best - limitless- Now I am off to France, my "second home", and I am happy to be back training and I am super motivated for upcoming events in France and the last 6000 in Pantin. I am going to stay on the same good vibes and do my best to have fun. Do you plan on traveling to El Salvador again? Why? For sure I will be back in El Salvador if the contest is ON next year! Or maybe for a surf trip to do a surf video… Such fun waves in Salvador and there are many good spots for great footage and practicing on a really great rights.
Womens
Volcom Women’s Introduces Stone Row
We are excited to announce our newest collection, Stone Row.    This collection is for the rebel, the wild, the unstoppable girl on the road. Designed to pack light and look good. Loose Ties Sweater  These are statement pieces you will keep forever to wear again and again.  See Me Pants   This collection is for the girl who is so stylish yet spends more time living life than getting ready for it.  Don't Cowl Me Tank These pieces are for you. Pieces that are favored and get better with time.   Volcom Stone Row Hat Shop the entire Stone Row Collection
Womens
Lady Grouplove DIY
Our Lady Grouplove Collection has inspired us in so many ways to be creative and artistic. For this DIY, we reached inside ourselves to find our “artistic abilities” and used those creative juices to make these rad LGL inspired pots. Here’s what you need Spray Paint (we used white and black based on the collection) Multiple pots in different sizes Acrylic paint (white and black) Very small and thin paint brush This project is best done outdoors. Make sure you have a smooth surface to work on. Lay down some newspaper or anything lying around so as not to get spray paint on anything. To help get every inch of the pot evenly sprayed, place a brick or plank of wood down and place the pot on top. Spray the pot at least 10 inches away from the pot and lightly coat with color. You want even layers so as not to make drip marks on the pot. Once you’ve completed spray painting the outside of the pot, let it dry for a few minutes. Once dry, place the pot right side up on the table and spray paint the inside.  Set aside and let dry overnight. Start on your next pot. This time using black spray paint and repeat the steps before. Once all of your pots have dried, you can start the painting process! For this part, we went to volcom.com/ladygrouplove and looked at which pieces we wanted to recreate. Not every paint stroke was perfect, but we felt it added charm and once it was all finished it looked great! Our Tip:: Go slowly. Sometimes the paintbrush has a mind of its own, so if you want straight lines, take your time. The finished product! Shop the pieces that inspired this post! Lady Grouplove Jacket Lady Grouplove Pants Lady Grouplove Bralette Lady Grouplove Leggings
Womens
Lady Grouplove Events
Last weekend was full of excitement as we held two major events with Tilly's for our Lady Grouplove Collection! The first event was held at the Towne Center in Long Beach, CA on Saturday. Fans were standing in line since 2AM anxiously waiting to meet Grouplove and get their albums and t-shirts signed! The band members wore pieces from the Lady Grouplove Collection in support of the line & singer Hannah Hooper!  Kaitlin Meeder, a truly dedicated fan, was chosen to perform with the band and was moved to tears as she was living her dream!   At our second event, die hard fans fled to Irvine Spectrum in support of Volcom Womens & Grouplove to see the band perform as well as receive pieces from the line & signed albums! Once again, the band members wore pieces from the Lady Grouplove Collection and looked amazing doing so! Kaitlin made it back on the stage for the second event with more confidence than ever! The crowd went wild in support of their fellow fan. Photos by Chris Martinez. Featured items… Lady Grouplove Tee Lady Grouplove Denim Jacket Lady Grouplove Pants
Womens
Carrie Underwood wearing VOLCOM in US Weekly!
We are thrilled to find Carrie Underwood in the current issue of US Weekly wearing our Stone Wild Shorts from the new Stone Row Collection! She looked amazing at the CMA Festival strutting her stuff on stage and in our shimmering shorts! The girl can pull off anything with those legs! See a clip from Carrie Underwood's Instagram! Shop our Stone Wild Shorts.
Womens
Volcom Womens x Lady Grouplove Collection
After 4 years of touring, Hannah Hooper from Grouplove emptied her suitcase on the table for the Volcom Womens design team. Three hours later the team of women had the beginnings of what would become the inspiration for the Lady Grouplove for Volcom product collaboration... Volcom Womens is proud to present an exclusive design collaboration with musician, Hannah Hooper of Grouplove: the "Lady Grouplove for Volcom" Collection. In partnership between the brand and musician the collection offers an eclectic array of easy to wear styles. Ranging from denim jackets to matching crop top and leggings, the collection is highly reminiscent of Hooper's unique and distant stage costumes. Largely incorporating the musician's artwork on the designs - Lady Grouplove for Volcom is an authentic blend of music and fashion. "What made this collaboration special was that Hannah Hoooper shared her favorite pieces from the road and together we drew inspiration for what would become Lady Grouplove for Volcom," shares Kristy Michaels, Volcom Global Design Director. Hooper adds, "I really feel like we made something that I can identify with and most important a line I can wear. I felt right at home with the Volcom ladies so the Lady Grouplove for Volcom line cam together pretty effortlessly." The collection is available nationwide for purchase on June 15th at Volcom stores, Volcom.com, Tilly's locations, Tillys.com and retailers where Volcom is sold. To celebrate the launch of the collection, Grouplove will be performing at the select Tilly's locations below. PROMOTIONAL PERFORMANCES: June, 27th, Tilly's store Long Beach June 28th, Tilly's store Irvine Spectrum ABOUT VOLCOM: Volcom was founded in 1991 on the belief that there is a higher level of consciousness to be found within one's self through the internal and external journeys that board-sports, music, art and film provide. The company prides itself on making quality apparel, outerwear, footwear and accessories that not only exemplify the lifestyle, but also enhance the ability to live it. By being the first to combine surfing, skating and snowboarding under one brand from inception a new future was forged and a generation of liberation was born. For over two decades Volcom has been TRUE TO THIS... the quest for Spiritual Intoxication. ABOUT GROUPLOVE: Grouplove first came together in 2009 and soon were hailed as a great live act, both as headliners and at such international festivals as Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Reading + Leeds Festivals, and Glastonbury. “NEVER TRUST A HAPPY SONG” arrived in 2011, making a stellar chart debut among the top 5 on Billboard’s “Heatseekers” album chart for new and developing acts. The acclaimed album was highlighted by the debut single, “Colours” which received critical acclaim and climbed to the top reaches at Alternative radio outlets nationwide. “Tongue Tied,” the second single from “NEVER TRUST A HAPPY SONG,” proved an even greater success, earning RIAA platinum certification for sales in excess of 1 million while spending 3 consecutive weeks at #1 on the Alternative airplay chart.  The third single, “Itchin’ On A Photograph” also reached the Top 10 at Alternative radio.  The quintet’s second full length album “SPREADING RUMOURS” arrived in September 2013 and was met with a raft of acclaim from the likes of Rolling Stone, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, Los Angeles Times, NYLON, and National Public Radio who called it “ludicrously easy to love.” Grouplove is Christian Zucconi, Hannah Hooper, Andrew Wessen and Ryan Rabin Shop the Collection