The second Gen Z Social Summit VIP Night

Models wearing Mixed Up Clothing
Photo: Instagram

ConnectHER Media presents the second Gen Z Social Summit which took place in SoCal at Great Wolf Lodge, on Friday October 18th 2019. Our blogger Ruby Rosas attended the event with her family. More than 1200 teen influencers and creators were invited to the event and they all have a global social media audience reach of 12 million!

Nylahnna Rose enjoys the festivities

Kicking off with a networking mixer, Fashion Show and the water park at Great Wolf was enjoyed by all guests for the duration of the Friday evening.

The Fashion presentation featured Mixed Up Clothing, eTruism, Kezz Skate, and Trident by Jazz Malcom.

Model Kaylynn Vanessa in Mixed Up clothing
Photo: Instagram

Mixed Up Clothing is a multi-cultural children’s clothing line founded by Sonia Smith-Kang. She uses her brand to teach others about diversity; the hang-tags on each outfit describes the culture or country the design come from. Bold and bright colors and rich fabrics adorned the models at the fashion segment.

Our blogger Ruby and her family celebrate the evening with Sonia @mixedupclothing and Delia @ddhpr

The glam squad used hair products from CurlyKids HairCare, and CurlyChic. Makeup Artist Casey Mackay used MAC, Nars & Urban Decay products.

Samantha Bailey Trident by with designer Jax Malcom wearing Trident by Jax Malcom
Photo: Samantha Bailey

Jax Malcom debuts his signature line at the summit. At just 15, he is a director, actor, philanthropist and a designer. The collection is inspired by underwater creatures, as the young artist is passionate about saving the planet.

Models debut beanies, hoodies & t-shirts
Kate Klein (far right)
Photo Credit: @kezzskate

Kezz Skate was founded by Kate Klein, 13 in her garage. A apparel brand that reflects her SoCal lifestyle and favorite pastimes such as skateboarding and surfing. The line offers limited edition hoodies and tees in retro colors and fun artwork.

Models prepare to show off the latest fashion finds!
Photo Credit : @e_truism

E Truism is a non-profit pop up shop and e-commerce site which collects clothing and accessories from fashion companies and individuals and sells them. 100% of the profit goes to a charity of their choice. Customers are able to also purchase brand new items at really great prices with some items starting at just $5.00 for kids and adults. The organization is run entirely by a network of volunteers.

This event was sponsored by Great Wolf Lodge.

Participating brands and sponsors of ConnectHER Media’s Gen Z Social Summit include: The Great Wolf Lodge, Samsung USA, LRM Publicity, Petite n’ Pretty, School of Rock, Curly Chic / Curly Kids, Young Artist Academy, PaperMart, Ultimate VSCO Brand, Holiday Hostess, Xcaret, EVVEMI, Blastz, eTruism, Justin and Taylor, Far Out Toys, Stars Above Balloons, Party Pretty Sweet, Famileague, Kia Motors, Fab Fit Fun, The Chuck Jones Center for Creativity, CT & Co., DJ Tuug, and Illuminate Event Services.

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