The Future Party invites you to a night all about Streetwear and Sneaker culture at Shopify LA. By 2025 the streetwear industry is projected to reach over 95 billion dollars. Some of the biggest musicians, athletes and artists in the world are striking deals with brands to curate their own line of clothing and shoes. These movements have sent a surge through the fashion market. With the emergence of apps and new technology, this industry is constantly reshaping itself. Massive long standing companies are acquiring popular consignment platforms that have created a secondary market of over 1 billion dollars alone.

Join us for cocktails, light bites, and a conversation discussing the future of this industry and how it impacts our culture and society.

Featuring guest speakers:

Josh Luber, Co-founder of StockX

Alfred Chang, President of PacSun

Mimi Choi, Partnerships Director of BBC

Aaron Levant – CEO, NTWRK

Moderated by Dee Murthy of Five Four Group


Arrive early, because TheFutureParty and Shopify are dropping a limited edition one-of-a-kind tie-dye shirt which you can have a part in creating! Learn how to swirl, scrunch, and twist their softest blanks in a hands-on tie-dye activation from Blank Clo.

We will also be displaying some incredible art from House of Deboer.

TheFutureParty is a new kind of media company with a strong underlying community of ambitious and aspirational millennials who are tomorrow’s world leaders. Over the past several years we have curated our growing community by hosting over 150+ sponsored experiences. Last year, we continued to grow our media arm writing 60+ exclusive stories, producing lifestyle videos and sending daily curated news emails.

Additional information

To ensure you don’t miss a thing, please bring your laptop or a pen and paper to take notes. Feel free to arrive early to explore our space, network with others over a cup of coffee, and get comfortable before your class starts.


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