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Behind the Scenes with Georgia May Jagger & friends at Volcom Women's Fall '17 shoot
Our fall '17 photoshoot was a huge reminder of why we, at Volcom Women's, love doing what we do. To be able to bring together such strong, inspiring women from all over the world and bring them to our skatepark was a huge accomplishment for us. The energy was buzzing and the creativity, contagious. It was one of those perfect days that we knew we could never replicate again because the timing and the people involved are what made it so special. Hailing all the way from London, Georgia May Jagger brought her effortless, fashion forward style to the mix along with her cool, down-to-earth personality.   Our favorite Los Angeles rock duo, Deep Vally, played an intimate show for our models and rocked the skate park.   The New York based Skate Kitchen babes showed us their skills, skateboarding along side the mens skate team and dominating throughout the photo shoot.   LA model & artist, Cameron Rose, showed us her artistic skills as she did a live art installation.   Models Ella Weisskamp and Tina Kunakey, chatting behind the scenes.   Special guest photographer, Olivia Jaffe, came from Los Angeles to shoot some behind the scenes shots and film with her amazing VHS camera to capture the old school vibes of the shoot. All photos taken by Olivia Jaffe. Make sure to give her a follow on Instagram: @wicked_lady Group photo by, Dave Sanchez. Give him a follow on Instagram: @not_worth_following Shop our Fall '17 collection.
Womens
Office Style: Meet Katie
Katie wears our GMJ Tank and Frochickie Pants. What’s your job title at Volcom? What’s your favorite part of the job? I’m a Key Accounts Manager for women’s swim and footwear. I love working really closely with buyers. I get a sense of accomplishment helping them build collections and then watching what we build, sell at retail several months later. The fact that I get to travel is a HUGE plus, too. How long have you been with Volcom? What have you learned from your job? I started out interning for a Volcom sales rep in 2010, and have worked my way through different sales jobs since. I’ve spent most of my adult life working with the brand. Most of what I’ve learned has come from the passionate, unique, creative people I’m surrounded by every day. They reinforce the importance of dedication, collaboration, patience and fun on the daily. It’s a pretty inspiring thing! How would you describe your personal style? At the moment, my personal style is a minimalist meets early-teen skateboarder meets metal head with a sprinkle of french girl for good measure. Or in short, schizophrenic cross-dresser. Does that work? (-: Who are your biggest fashion influences? My influences are constantly changing. Typically, I’m inspired by strangers’ street style. That’s especially so when I’m traveling. I’ve also noticed that I emulate certain style elements of hot guys, generally skateboarders. It’s so weird, like, I’ll see a total babe around and then a week or so later I realize I’m wearing my pants or rolling my sleeves or wearing socks the way he does. Where do you live and is there good shopping near you?  I live in Long Beach, California. AKA paradise! My little house backs up to “Retro Row: which is for great vintage and thrift shopping. La Bomba on 4th is a must for vintage, especially during Long Beach Swap Meet weekend when they have their $4 pile sale. So, while you’re at it, go to the Swap Meet. It’s incredible; you can find anything there. Last month’s haul included an original nude drawing, Navajo bracelet, and tee shirt screened with a photo of Elvis shaking Richard Nixon’s hand. What are your favorite pieces from Volcom Women’s at the moment? My answer will always be the Frochickie Pant. It’s our classic fit chino, made with recycled polyester so you get that feel-good eco component. They make everyone’s butt look cute, too. Not all chinos do that. Georgia May’s cropped black tank is another staple. I’m also really feeling the Stayin High Long Sleeve – it’s got a mini mock neck and small embroidery at the center chest so you get a bit of a 90’s street wear vibe. How does your job influence your personal style? I’m SO fortunate that Volcom encourages individuality and allows employees to basically wear whatever we want. That definitely helps my personal style to flourish, because I never feel oppressed by a dress code.   Do you have any styling tips? Only wear things that you feel confident in and dress for yourself; who cares what anyone else thinks. Use your style as a platform for self-expression. Have fun with it and trust your gut! *file this logic under my life advice, too*   Follow Katie on all of her adventures: @katiezeppenfeld Shop Katie's favorite pieces. She Shell Tee   GMJ Tank   Stayin High Long Sleeve   Frochickie Pants
Womens
Post Heat Interviews – Day 2 US Open of Surfing Huntington Beach
The US Open of Surfing has landed in Huntington Beach, CA, and the waves are firing! The Volcom crew, including Team Manager and Coach, Matt "Bemmy" Bemrose, has been down on the beach every day watching our team riders surf their way through heats and rooting them on from the stands. Yesterday, we sat down with Bemmy to get some insight on what it takes to work with some of the world's top female surfers, differences between coaching women's surfing vs. men's surfing, and more. With Maud Le Car's big win yesterday against 6x World Champ, Stephanie Gilmore, and Coco Ho advancing to the quarterfinals (beating current World Champ, Tyler Wright), it's safe say Bemmy's on a good roll! How long have you been with Volcom I started surfing for Volcom when I was 17, then started working for Volcom full-time at 28. I’m 39 now, so about 23 years haha! When did you start working with Coco Ho and Maud Le Car? The first trip I did with Coco was in 2007 to Fiji. I wasn’t working directly with her then, but earmarked her as a future star. Actually, working directly with Coco, that began in 2012. Working with Maud has been on and off over the last two years, but if I get an opportunity to work with her at an event I’m all over it. Maud, Bemmy, and Coco celebrating after Maud's huge win over Steph Gilmore. Who was the first female surfer to ever impress you? Lisa Anderson. She really brought style into women's surfing. Is there a different approach you take when working with female surfers? A little more attention to detail. Things like: where to paddle out, setting lineups, holding priority, etc. More technical things, but women's surfing has come a long way and I've been really impressed with how Coco and Maud have handled the pressure of competition in and out of the water. Coco Ho How do you recognize a potential star athlete and what are some signs of a true competitor? A never-give-up attitude is the biggest telltale sign. Also, a true competitor shows signs of composure under pressure at an early age. Coco Ho mentally preparing before her heat. Outside competition, what are some signs of true surf talent vs. what can be taught in the water? A willingness to think outside the box and apply new maneuvers to your repertoire in a short amount of time shows true surf talent. How much of your job is life coach vs. surf coach? 50/50 for sure. Probably more life coach though haha! Maud Le Car greeted by boyfriend, Joan Duru, after her win against Steph. The US Open is a mad house full of people, competitors, fans, and brands to name a few. What can an event like this do for an up-and-coming surfer? Compete well and it can make you. For Maud, I guarantee this heat win against Steph Gilmore is the biggest confidence boost she’s ever had. With confidence comes self-belief. That’s all someone needs to take their surfing to the next level. Coco Ho has made her name on the scene and has done well at the US Open in past years, and she's just getting fired up! Maud Le Car qualified for this event through the trials, only to take out 6x World Champ Steph Gilmore in her Round 2 heat. How does that happen? What does it take, and do you think she'll be taking down bigger names in the future? What Maud just accomplished was outstanding. Beating one of the best female surfers ever in a CT event as a wildcard is hard to describe. It’s totally amazing in saying that Maud had the ability and firepower to beat Steph. We spoke all day long before her heat and worked out a tight heat strategy. We had Maud focus on her strengths with the mindset that any heat would be hers to win. When she matched up with Steph, it was business as usual. We spoke about controlling the heat from the start and sticking to her game plan, and that's exactly what she did. This win is life-changing and now Maud knows she has what it takes to mix it with the very best in the world. Coco Ho after her win this morning against current World Champ, Tyler Wright. All smiles!
Womens
Maud Le Car Defeats Stephanie Gilmore at Vans US Open of Surfing
Bonjour world! Our French surfer, Maud Le Car, just defeated six-time world champ, Stephanie Gilmore, in their Round Two heat at the Vans US Open of Surfing! To say we were excited is an understatement. Surfing in the contest as a wildcard, Maud has got us and the rest of surf world on the edge of our seats waiting to see what happens next! Stream Maud's heat in Round Three tomorrow at 7:30am PDT where she’ll compete against fellow French surfer Johanne Defay and Australia’s Nikki Van Dijk.   No words can't describe what I am feeling right now! I am living for moment like that can't believe that just happened won the trial this morning and freaking excited to compete in my first world tour event ever in the #vansusopen tomorrow. More than happy to share the stoke with you @joanduru and thank you for your support,help and love. Thank you so much for the privilege @vanssurf @vans_europe @vans @jimmicane A post shared by Maud Le Car (@maudlecar) on Jul 31, 2017 at 5:01pm PDT
Womens
Take Your Pants For a Walk Day
Today is 'Take Your Pants For a Walk Day' and to celebrate, we did just that! We joined SoCal babes and best friends, Jillian Canter and Merry Schneider, for a walk and a chat at the Huntington Beach Public Library and Cultural Center. Can you introduce yourselves and tell us where you are from? Jill: Hi, my name is Jillian, I'm from Costa Mesa! Merry: Hi, my name is Merry Schneider, I was born and raised in Newport Beach / Costa Mesa. Merry, left, wears our Ozzie Tee & Frochickie Pant. Jill, right, wears our Radical Days Tee & Frochickie Pant. Where is your favorite place to take a walk? Jill: My fave place to take a walk is from work to my car to go home probably or I actually like walking in CDM on the beach with those rocks you can slip and die on. Merry: My favorite place to walk is on my way to work in the morning. They make us park up on a hillside (which actually sucks to walk up and down), but I'm usually greeted by cute bunnies and butterflies. What do you prefer: walking alone or with a buddy? Jill: Prefer to walk alone. Merry: I like to walk with girlfriends and talk about ex-boyfriends and all the bad mistakes we made. Very therapeutical. Highly suggested. Someone once told me that the best way to get to know someone is to take a walk with them. What's your favorite song, album, or playlist to walk or run to? Jill: I like listening to more mellow music. Spiritualized, Beach House, Buffalo Springfield, and Crosby Stills and Nash are all great to walk to. Merry: I usually listen to some loud ass '90s summer hits radio on Pandora and belt it out until someone else walks by or I just continue to sing and pretend that I don't know they're there. What's your favorite thing about living in Costa Mesa? Any cool spots we should know about? Jill: Fave thing about Costa Mesa is it's not as congested as a city like LA. Oh, 2145 is a super cool spot everyone should go to because it has yum ass food and C'est Si Bon Bakery has fluffy ass baguettes! Literally zero other positives about Orange County. Merry: I like Costa Mesa cause it's just a bike ride to the beach. Try Day Dream Surf Shop, their coffee is like crack and the atmosphere is very aesthetically pleasing. Cute shop pups too! If you could travel anywhere, where would you go? Who would you take? What would you bring? Jill: I want to go to Spain with a hot ass dude and walk around the beautiful country in my dope ass Volcom pants ;) Merry: I think I'd hit up Italy, so many different cities and sites to see! I'd bring one of my single friends (they're always more fun) and a film camera to document it all! Follow Jill and Merry on Instagram to keep up with their adventures! Jill: @jilliancanter Merry: @merrywanna Shop Merry's Look Ozzie Tee Frochickie Pants in Midnight Green Shop Jill's Look   Radical Days Tee Frochickie Pants in Black
Womens
The Irrational Pursuit, The Exploration Of "This"
What connects a ballet dancer and a skateboarder? A musician and snowboarder? Dive deeper with us as we journey into the 'True To This' mindset, exploring what it means to let go and let the irrational pursuit of your passion take over. Featuring the most diverse compilation of Volcom ambassadors ever assembled in a short film since the inception of the brand, these influential and legendary Volcom family members pull back the curtain and get real about that special place they all go to in their head and what it takes to get there. No matter if you're skater, surfer, snowboarder, maker, activist, techie, foodie, entrepreneur or inventing something entirely new, it's impossible to deny the vast parallels of life when they are led by the same internal force… passion.