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ComplexCon Lands in Chicago

The event, which usually takes place in Long Beach, Calif., is trying out the Midwest.

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Agenda Scraps Long Beach Trade Show in Favor of Festival Format

The trade show’s Long Beach, Calif., flagship will focus on a festival for consumers moving forward.

clock November 20, 2018Kari Hamanaka

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ComplexCon 2018: Takashi Murakami Weighs In on the Event’s Evolution

In its third year, the two-day event continues to draw more attendees and companies from industries outside of streetwear.

clock November 7, 2018Kari Hamanaka

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ComplexCon 2018: The Top Drops

An outline of the hottest releases this year at ComplexCon.

clock November 7, 2018Kari Hamanaka and Aria Hughes

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They Are Wearing: ComplexCon 2018

What people wore to the third edition of ComplexCon.

clock November 7, 2018Aria Hughes

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Retail

ComplexCon 2018: More Focus on Women

There were more booths and activations dedicated to women and beauty brands, which was a new development for the event.

clock November 7, 2018Aria Hughes

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Retail

ComplexCon 2018: Retailers Weigh In

What sold, why and what made the third year of ComplexCon work.

clock November 7, 2018Kari Hamanaka

ComplexCon Long Beach

Retail

ComplexCon 2018: Streetwear Has Transcended. Now What?

The category’s broader acceptance was magnified last year. This year brands and designers are figuring out how to move forward.

clock November 7, 2018Aria Hughes and Kari Hamanaka

Sneakers at ComplexCon 2018.

Footwear

ComplexCon 2018: Sneaker Brands Lean Into Heritage, Influencers

Nike took a leave of absence, but Adidas, Puma and Reebok, which showed for the first time, released updates to older styles and focused on democratizing sneaker releases.

clock November 7, 2018Aria Hughes

Guess

Street Style

ComplexCon 2018: How Nicolai Marciano Continues to Build Hype Around Guess

The denim firm’s Guess Jeans USA division continues to produce coveted collaborations.

clock November 7, 2018Kari Hamanaka

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Fashion Scoops

ComplexCon 2018: Gucci Ghost Artist Trevor Andrew Debuts Line

The artist linked with Live Nation Merchandise for his new line Real Buy.

clock November 6, 2018Kari Hamanaka

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Street Style

ComplexCon 2018: Tommy Hilfiger on Hip-Hop, Streetwear

The designer was in town to speak at the third annual ComplexCon and also aimed to learn what’s driving the younger generation of consumers.

clock November 6, 2018Kari Hamanaka

The Nike booth at ComplexCon.

Street Style

Nike Out for This Year’s ComplexCon

The sportswear firm confirmed it will not be at this year’s festival.

clock October 24, 2018Kari Hamanaka

Guess CEO Victor Herrero

Retail

Guess CEO on the Business of Getting Cool

Victor Herrero is nothing if not curious. Here’s how he and the rest of the denim firm are playing their cards as the company’s turnaround continues.

clock August 3, 2018Kari Hamanaka

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Designer and Luxury

ComplexCon Issues Statement on Dior

ComplexCon officials say they were led to believe the luxury brand would appear at the show. It won’t.

clock July 27, 2018Kari Hamanaka

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