Sephora hosted its 2nd annual beauty convention at the Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium with hundreds of bloggers, artists and influencers at attendance.
September 8th & 9th- The Shrine Auditorium was transformed to the dubbed "Coachella of Beauty" for Sephora's House of Beauty. The two-day convention brought together LA's glam squad to exchange new products and beauty tips. With over 50 interactive booths, guests were enchanted by the exhibit. Actor Jeff Goldblum, and make up artists/influencers Patrick Ta and Nikkie de Jager were just a few of the celebs spotted at the event. With the festival of beauty being so large-scale it would take almost a book to describe the extravaganza. So to keep it short and sweet here is a little sneak peak inside our experience at Sephoria.
Though the "House of Beauty" was covered with influencers and celebs, the stars of the event were the magnificent booths. Various beauty brands created booths as a way to attract the audience to their specific products. From Fenty's lipgloss carasoul Below is a slide show of our fave booths and photos from the event.
Gingerbread Spice Eye Shadow Palette Too Faced $49
Patrick Ta Major Glow Kit Sephora $22-$55
GUCCI Flora Emerald Gardenia Sephora $88
Fenty Gloss Bomb Sephora $18
Drunk Elephant Whipped Cream Lala Retro Sephora $60
The grand stage for this event included several masterclasses throughout the day featuring the world's top beauty experts. Due to the popularity of these classes, majority of the space was limited for guests. Lucky for us we were able to get a front row seat to three of the most popular classes of the weekend including: brow expert Kristie Streicher and Ta. Here are the top tips we got from these three beauty gurus.
"Nobody ever said not having enough brows was a bad thing," Streicher joked as she discussed her preference for fuller eyebrows.
"Don't rush! You have one chance to make an impression and if you're not ready don't take the client," Ta gives advice on how to be a successful make up artist.
Though Fourth of July is the day to celebrate America's greatness, it is safe to say that the last three years of this country has been anything but chaos and collision. All that aside, this day give us Americans a great excuse to party. To help you decide your celebration destination for the holiday, here is a list of the top day parties to attend for Fourth of July. Did we forget to mention all of these parties are free!
4th of July Pool Party @ the W Los Angeles
Tickets | Free
Soak up the sun on our WET Deck this 4th of July. Listen to electric DJ beats and enjoy bites at The Hideout and a poolside BBQ. Featuring DJ beats by PET. PET is a platform for women Filmmakers, Musicians and Artists focused on bringing the most compelling and unique voices to the foreground. PET focuses on nurturing the collaborative space for passionate female creative professionals. We release film, music, art, showcase curated events and exhibitions. Founded by Cara Stricker and Madeline O'Moore. Follow us on Instagram at @pet.cool.
4th of July Pool Party @ The Standard
Tickets | RSVP ONLY
Kick off the 4th dancing poolside!
Join us for a pool party hosted by:
Dr. Annie Biotixx
Free / 21+
See you here!
Wavey July 4th @ Hotel Figueroa
We're back everyone! It seems like there's a been a long while since a pool party like ours has hit the city and because of all the love in the community to bring it back, we've decided to for a one-off celebration. What was your favorite memory at Wavey? Let's re-live it again on July 4th, Special Guest DJ's will be popping in an out of the booth!
July 4th BBQ Bash @ The Erwin House
The Erwin House Presents: July 4th BBQ Bash
THIS IS AN OUTDOOR EVENT! Please dress accordingly, a swimsuit is recommended!
BYOB!!! Come celebrate your 4th of July with the Erwin House Family! There will be jumbo games, live bands, food, and a couple of surprises for you all!
WE WILL BE SELLING FOOD! You can pay on site but we are offering a PRE-PAID Food ticket to help you guys save a couple bucks! The menu will be posted soon.
Pre-Paid ticket $10
At Event price $15
Daft Brunch @ Resident DTLA
Los Angeles...Daft Brunch is back! Join us at Resident on the 4TH OF JULY as special guests DJ's play French Touch, Disco House and plenty of Daft Punk.
Food available throughout the event. Come eat, drink and dance your Saturday brunch days away with us.
For questions, please call 310-384-3789 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About 50 guests enjoyed an intimate concert hosted by Pabst Blue Ribbon Sound Society and R&B artist Pink Sweat$ on Wednesday night.
June 26th- At a hidden warehouse in Downtown Los Angeles, pink covered the walls, floors, and even some of the guest. What was the occasion? For the multi-talented songwriter and producer, Pink Sweat$ of course. Guest enjoyed the event by taking part in the many activities inspired by the Philly artist's life and the term , fearless. Many industry folks and fresh face artists were at attendence including Cynthia Beltran and Aaron Aye.
The event is the flagship for Pabst Sound Society's nationwide 30+ date fearless experience-featuring over 70 incredible artists. Several up and coming artists involved in this campaign ranges from disc jockeys, singers. and dance crews. Artists like Florence & Normandi and Bbymutha will host exclusive pop up shows celebrating fearless artists across America. The return of the company also helps celebrate the bold and brace effort it takes for artist to be creative new voices in our generation. This one night only exclusive event showcases Pink Sweat$ rise to fame and how he an others championed their way to make their dreams come true against all odds.
“Pabst Blue Ribbon’s Sound Society is committed to giving artists and fans an authentic and intimate experience they can’t get anywhere else,” said Kathleen Curran, Pabst Blue Ribbon’s brand manager of music. “We are producing one-off bespoke shows with fearless performers that inspire us, and that we believe are making a positive difference in their communities.”
Sound Society took a dive into what Fearless means in Los Angeles last night, building a temporal and immersive world, that for one night only, took fans inside the singular story of Pink Sweat$, who overcame a career-threatening disease: achalasia and his own self-doubts to become one of music’s breakout stars.
Upon arrival attendees were encouraged to explore, interact and share their fears through a series of resplendent pink installations; the Wall of Fearlessness, Fearless Studio and Fearless Love Lounge. Guests were then transported into The Fearless Stage, where Pink Sweat$ laid bare his own fears in a candid conversation about his upbringing, conquering fear and his approach to creativity and song writing. He then performed a raw improvised freestyle piece based on audience input, before concluding with several of his hits including Would You and Honesty.Working with director Jackson Tisi, Pabst Sound Society and Pink Sweat$ are creating a short film, loosely based around the event and his experiences, that will be shared next month.
In addition to the Pink Sweat$ experience and film, this Summer Sound Society will celebrate fearless artists across America, seeking out alternative venues, partnering with unique local crews and commissioning innovative creatives to produce over 30 pop-up events that get fans up-close and personal with artists who have something to say.
To find the next pop up sow for Pabst Sound Society click on the link here.
1. Rooftop Bar & Brunch
Los Angeles weather couldn't get any better! Well, unless you experience one of our many rooftops. Temperatures are rising and its only right to follow the summer Angelo tradition of attending a Rooftop party. Take a day off and have some fun in the sun! Various hotels in Downtown Los Angeles are home to the tastiest restaurants and bars located on their roofs. Some of theses places even host monthly events including pop up shops, pool parties, DJs and live music!
2. Daytime Parties
With those fancy rooftops are typically a stack of day parties . Taken from the party city Las Vegas, Los Angeles is finally adding day parties to their summer itineraries. Several hotels with rooftop pools and bars will be throwing events for both day and night equipped with djs, booze and light bites. Several smaller companies are also renting out local restaurants and bars to host fun day parties that are typically free with open bar.
3. Music Festivals & Concerts
Festival season continues throughout the whole summer. Starting strong in the spring, music festivals are peeking and adding to the summer fun. If you checkout poplar locations such as Long Beach Convention Center, the Staples Center and even the Roxy, you are able to find a large amount of concerts. Many artists use the summer as a time to perform for a large audience for a cheap amount of money. For the summer check out one of the local shows with amazing artists.
4. Watch A Rooftop Film
Take advantage of the Los Angeles summer nights and while you’re at it enjoy a great movie. Watch Oscar nominated productions such as “Lady Bird” and “I, Tonya” or cult classics like “Pulp Fiction” and “Mean Girls”. Catering to all genres and offering alcohol, Los Angeles’ Rooftop Film is a summer experience for adults 21 and over. Surrounded by an endless amount of stars and the towering Downtown buildings; sounds like the best way to watch an iconic movie.
5. Check Out Eventbrite
Many people don't know the amazing events that happens in the city. Los Angeles is filled with free events involving fashion, food, music and more. Unfortunately, many people are unaware of these amazing opportunities. Our best suggestion is to take an online trip to Eventbrite and discover these amazing events.
Paying $500 to be surrounded by over 100,00 people, is not the dream for many during Coachella weekend. In avoidance of the crowd and the desert heat, an alternative for the festival is the local pool parties. Several brands capitalized on this discovery by throwing a large amount of A-list pool parties during the weekend's festivities. The popularity and mystique of these parties are so high that some people even back out of heading to the Indio Empire Club. Brands that picked up on the celebration are Levi's, Moschino, LA Weekly, and even McDonalds. During the weekend we were able to score invites to these super exclusive parties. Here is a rundown of the top parties for the weekend!
Friday, April 12th
Adidas Sports Club BBQ & Basketball
Kicking off our Coachella weekend was the Adidas Sports Club 'BBQ and Basketball" event. The event was located at the amazing Zenyara Estate and attendees were in awe of the location's mass of beauty. Adidas took over the estate by opening the front lawn for a number of expensive luxurious cars to greet the arriving guests. The location also sported an Adidas-inspired infinity pool, a beach bar, palm tree garden, basketball, soccer and tennis court. On the grill at this event was NFL's Von Miller prepping cuisine with chef Eddie Huang. Attendees then drew their attention to the basketball court with DJ Mo Beatz playing tunes in the background. Playing the "three stripe, three-point shoot out" was athletes Trae Young, Nick "Swaggy P" Young, Candice Parker, and Liz Cambage. After the games and festivities rapper Pusha T took over the stage with performances of "If You Know, You Know" and "Move the Dope". Joining the Virginia rapper on stage was Harlem's own A$AP Ferg.
Lyt x LA Weekly Festival Hotel
At Palm Spring's Korakia Pensione, LYT, in collaboration with LA Weekly celebrated in the desert at the LA Weekly Festival Hotel. The inaugural event featured a wide array of celebrities, influencers, artists, musicians, chefs, fashion designers, art installations, health & wellness programs, pool parties, and craft drinks. Lyt and LA Weekly also had special surprises in store for this select group of invitees and VIPs. During Friday’s event, LA Weekly held its first-ever cannabis competition with specialized cannabis education experts in the industry. Lyt is launching to the public on April 20th, Lyt is the premiere Cannabis concierge service in Los Angeles with the most exclusive and prime products delivered right to your door. Celebrities who chilled poolside at the event were actors Cuba Gooding Jr., Victoria Justice and music-couple Evan Ross and Ashlee Simpson Ross.
Photo credit: Raymond Morris, Shane Lopes and Jennifer Johnson photography
Ciroc Watermelon Party
Directly across the street from the Lyt x LA party was the Ciroc Summer House. In celebration of the Vodka brands launch of their new watermelon flavored drink, Ciroc thew a party during the festival weekend. Straight from Lyt, the Ross' hosted this fun daytime/nighttime pool party. The couple danced the night away with other celebs such as Rocsi Diaz, Karruche Tran, Victor Cruz, Ashley Green, Chanel West Coast and Jasmine Sanders. Guest enjoyed the watermelon inspired shrine and photo stations at the event. Sticking to the festival season's theme there was also a bracelet maker and braiding bar.
Photocredit: Jennifer Johnson & Autumn Indigo
Closing off our Friday night was the 5thn annual Zoeasis party at the Parker Palm Springs. Once again Zoeasis returns to the desert for a Saint-Tropez-inspired soiree under the desert sky inspired by Rachel’s latest collection! The event, inspired by Rachel’s Spring/Summer 2019 Collection, offered custom installations, seasonal bites, hosted bars, and fresh sounds care of COCO & Breezy and Pamela Katz Tick. Rocking the collection during the event were Victoria Justice, Madison Grace, Kiernan Shipka, Alisha Boe and Peris Berelc. The company partnered with Sephora to have several beauty booths for hair, skincare and make up. The brand also put together a confetti video booth, which influencers played with all night. Paramount Picture's Rocketman hosted an immersive photo experience inspired by Elton John. Additional guests included talent and influencers such as Vanessa Morgan, Quincy Brown, Megan Pormer, Erica Pelosini, Eugenie Grey and of course the leading lady herself, Rachel Zoe.
The Zoe Report’s 5th Annual ZOEasis
PHOTO CREDIT: Michael Kovac/Getty Images for The Zoe Report
Saturday, April 13th
Lucky Brand x Rolling Stone Live Desert Jam
Classic denim meets festival fun when Lucky Brand and Rolling Stone Live took over ARRIVE Palm Springs for Lucky Brand’s third annual Desert Jam. This invite only event featured live performances by X Ambassadors, Drax Project, Jax Jones and Ama Lou. The poolside guests enjoyed drinks provided by Ciroc and Heineken. When not jamming out to music guests took photos at the Lucky Brand and Rolling Stone inspired photo booths. Celebs spotted at the daytime event were Olivia Culpo, Ashley Tisdale, Taryn Manning, Justin Combs, Romeo Miller and more.
Photos by Vivien Best/Getty Images Lucky Brand and Rolling Stone Live! Present: Desert Jam 2019
April 13, 2019
Levi's Neon Carnival
Closing our Coachella party list was the most exclusive sought out event of the weekend, the Levis' Neon Carnival. The Neon Carnival, is the unofficial Coachella festival side-party where Leonardo DiCaprio, Drake, Rihanna and Clint Eastwood partied at. Surrounded with blinking Ferris wheels, drunk-driven bumper cars, and 8,000 industry invitees, guest enjoyed the event's 10th anniversary. The crowd of influencer and socialites partied all night long on the dance floor to tunes provided by DJ Ruckus. Beyond the dance floor the attendees played the free party games and enjoyed the attractions from Paramount Pictures' POKÉMON Detective Pikachu and Austrailan brand Bondi Sands. Spotted partying at the star-studded event was Alessandra Ambrosio, Paris Hilton, DiCaprio, Odell Beckham Jr. , 2Chainz, Quavo and Meek Mill.
Photo By: Getty Images for Neon Carnival
More Events that We Missed !
Nylon's Midnight Garden Party
Bootsy Bellows Pool Party
Levis' Party in the Desert
Rhonda Queen of the Desert
Friday night, Forever 21 celebrated International Women's Day in style with an exclusive party in Los Angeles.
March 8th- In celebration of the Forever 21 x International Women's Day collection, a range of female artists joined Forever 21 for an exclusive concert to celebrate female empowerment at the El Rey Theater on March 8th. Socialites, models and creatives partied all night to tunes provided by DJ Softest Hard, DJ Mados and DJ Jadaboo. With passionate performances from fierce women such as: Natti Natsha, Bia, and more; This was a women's day that no one will ever forget!
Technically the month of March is National Women's History Month, however, the 8th is the dedicated date for International Women's Day. Being a leading retailer of women's fashion, Forever 21 decided to kick off the holiday with a collaborative project. Forever 21 created a capsule collection that promotes women empowerment. "Queendom", "Feminist" and "I Am Woman" are just a few of the phrases that are printed along the many Forever 21 products. For each piece sold, Forever 21 will donate $1 to Girls Inc., with a minimum donation of $50k. This non-profit organization partner various schools with different companies that elevate a pro-girl environment. Talk about fashion for a cause!
To further the campaign's movement, Forever 21 used this occasion as an opportunity to connect with their music fans. They collaborated with 10 female musicians from various genres to model the collection on their social media posts. The musicians includes: Natti Natasha, Gabby Barrett, Dounia Tazi, Ari Lennox, Kassi Ashton, Bia, Yumi, Madds, Chloe Kohanski. and Margie Ashcroft.
In honor of Women's Day, the El Rey Theater was decked out in pink decor . Opening the event, guests got the opportunity to walk the pink carpet with photographers shooting at their way. Entering into the theater, El Cartel provided free tacos and Babe provided their tasty alcoholic drinks. The lobby of the location was decorated with photos from the campaign and three interactive backgrounds. The first background was sponsored by Afterpay and Made by Her. The second one featured pink crystal beads hanging from the ceiling. The last background was the most popular of the bunch. A wall of white flowers, pink roses and a large mirror that reflected "girl influence". For entertainment, guest took several photos at the interactive walls and at the digital photo booth. A highlight of the night was the "Cash Grab" game. The Cash Cube Money Machine captivated the crowd, driving them to participate for a chance to grab Forever 21's customized cash, which converted to $4 per free clothing item. Kicking off the performances for the night was Dominican singer and songwriter Natti Natasha. Other performances were provided by rapper Bia, singer/activist Dounia, American Idols' Gabby Barrett, Kassi Ashton, Chloe Kohanski, Yumi and Margie Plus.
The collection officially launched on February 21st, and features pieces for women, men and children, which ranges from $4 to $30. Shop the Forever 21 x Girls Inc. International Women’s Day capsule collection right now both online and at F21 stores, with $1 from every sale being donated to Girl Inc.
Photo Credit; Forever 21 // @jerrittclark
Artists, bloggers and socialites celebrated the All-American brand Guess and Latin artist J.Balvin's collaboration at West Hollywood on Friday night.
Feb 8th- Good vibes were definitely present at the launch party for "GUESS Vibras" the exclusive collection designed by global music star J.Balvin. Celebrities, influencers, and guests partied all night Miami-style at a humongous Hollywood warehouse. Notable celebs at the event included: J.Balvin (duh!), Diplo, Ty Dolla $ign, Torey Lanez, Bia, Becky G, James Kennedy, Raquel Leviss, Drake Bell, Scottie Pippen and many more.
Another prominent figure at attendance was Guess co-founder, Nicolai Marciano. Along with his brother, Marciano founded the company in 1983, when the brand sold strictly denim. 38-years later, the brand produces clothing, accessories, shoes, and perfumes for both men and women. Under the current direction of Nicolai, Guess has found its way in the repertoire of the streetwear world. With silent moves and smart connections to the rap industry. this new age renaissance is putting Guess back on the map. The company has previously created collaboration collections with Round Two founder Sean Wotherspoon and rapper/fashion icon A$AP Rocky.
Choosing J.Balvin as the next collaborative designer was a great way to start the brand's new year. The Colombian performer's career took off in 2017 after the release of his hit "Mi Gente". His 2018 was also impressive with his Grammy - nominated hit, Cardi B's "I Like It". His music has sparked the current wave of American and Latin music. by introducing Spanish-language music to a global audience. Beyond his musical contributions, Balvin is also known for his loud and eclectic fashion taste. “J Balvin is full of life and good energy. The entire collection is about vibes and what he represents to the culture and the music", Marciano said. "Watching him express that through the Guess lens in the campaign and his influence on the clothing and colors was transforming and a first for Guess. To be able to make this happen with J Balvin and with Guess is a special moment in time.”
Perfectly timed, the launch party was one of the many opening events during Los Angeles' Grammy weekend. Lines of attendees gathered outside the Hollywood warehouse to get inside of the invite-only event. Entering the venue, guests immediately could spot the Balvin artistic direction. Bright colors, altered happy faced logos, and inflatable palm trees- the event's decor was inspired by the collection. The atmosphere made a perfect backdrop for hundreds of social media photos for the night. Guests danced all night to a selection of music that blended hip-hop, r&b, and reggaeton. While partying guests were also treated to custom snow cones from Happy Ice and signature Buchanan’s whiskey cocktails. Guests were also entertained by ice hockey and basketball shot ball game set. The ambiance was lively though it was odd to see stuck up Angelos partying all night long to both new and throwback tunes, taking shots of infused cocktails and playing a competitive game of one-on-one basketball. Closing the night was a performance from the man of the hour, J.Balvin himself. The electrifying performance included his top hits "Mi Gente", " I Like It" and "Vibras".
The 42-piece collection ( which ranges between $12-$200) was inspired by Balvin's latest album "Vibras". Showcasing Balvin's taste of colorful streetwear and retro trends was the mission of this collaboration. "The collection is about 'Vibras': nice energy, nice vibes, just smile and that's what we need, all love", Balvin said to Billboard. The women's selection from the line incorporates loud colors within bodysuits, bandeaus and tank tops paired with accessories. The men's pieces are a little more fun due to Balvin challenging men to wear more risky colors such as hot pink or blood orange. Pieces include the classic over-sized Guess stripe tee shirt stamped with the 'Vibras' logo and a cool pair of kickboxing shorts for both men and women. This collaboration is a highlight for both brand and artist, as this is the brand's first collaboration with a male Latino artist. Could this be the start of a fashion career for Balvin? One thing we know for sure is that this young man's future is as bright as his vibrant pieces within his debut collection. "Partnering with Guess and designing my first collaboration with a global brand has been a dream, and this really is just the beginning," Balvin said.
The Miami inspired clothing officially landed in Guess shops on February 8th. To shop the collection click here.
Thousands of Women took a stand at the third annual Women's March in Downtown Los Angeles.
Rumors of cancellations after backlash from lack of diversity almost ruined the annual Women's March of Los Angeles. But after constant back and forth meetings with the press, organizers officially decided to continue the event. Ironically placed on Martin Luther King weekend, the march for me is a reminder of my position in America as a black woman. Though I understood the concerns over the number of minorities at the attendance of the previous year's march, I found it increasingly necessary to continue this tradition. Last year was my first time attending the event. Walking with thousands of women of all colors, sizes and from various backgrounds, I've never felt more powerful.
Jan. 20, 2018- Walking down the streets of Los Angeles, I did notice something a little off during the march. There was a large number of white women there (74% to be exact). I was not intimidated by the high number of white women there because I was fully aware of our cause. To me regardless of what race we were, we all had to acknowledge that 2017 was a scary year for women. The newly elected President of the United States was able to dodge past sexual assault cases, make racist comments and utilize his male "white" privilege to become the most powerful person in America. All while defeating the first women running for the position, great job America! With the new dictator in charge, other movements began being exposed such as disorderly conduct of sexual assault and regulation on a woman's body. Women came together that day to show that enough is enough! I didn't care about what women were at the march, I cared for anyone who woke up that Saturday morning with the intentions of fighting for women's rights. Unfortunately, not many people had that same notion.
Minority women complained and even organizers admitted that there was a huge difference in numbers of minorities versus white women at attendance. This complaint and the huge backlash of the non-profit organization being anti-Semitic, 2018 was planned to be the march last year of service. As the rain cleared, so did people's doubts about continuing the event. It was officially announced that the march would be continued the previous weekend.
Last Year at the 2018 Women's March Los Angeles
Jan. 19, 2019- Lyft assisted the day's traffic forecast by offering marchers a discounted code to ride to the event. Per usual Downtown Los Angeles was extremely crowded, but marchers avoided the crowds by ride sharing and taking the local metro. The march began at 9 A.M at Pershing Square with reportedly 250,000 attendees. Several streets in the area were closed off for the occasion including Grand, Hill, and Broadway. Starting at Olive and 6th Street, I was anxious to see what the crowd was going to be like post-backlash and post-government shutdown. With an obvious growth of demographics within the audience, it was prevalent that Americans have had enough of the current political B.S. Attendees with iconic posters with phrases such as "I'm With Her" and "Love Trumps Hate" filled the stage at 6th Street. After a couple of speeches and shouts of "Si Se Puedes", all of us were ready for the march. "Who Run the World ?", Beyonce shouted through the speakers while the multitude of both women and men shouted "girls'. This enigmatic energy filled the streets of Downtown Los Angeles. Women from all walks of life celebrated, complimented and uplifted each other. Women empowerment is initially expected from women at a march however, the shocker was the large groups of men and children supporting the cause. Standing next to the moving speaker, I noticed the march eventually turning into a dance party. We partied all the way to Grand Park dancing to music from Cardi B, Whitney Houston, and Lady Gaga. When the music was off several organizations took it upon themselves to shout for democracy and against Trump's recent political attacks towards immigrants. Almost an hour after the march take off, we finally made it to City Hall, where a stage sat for upcoming speakers. Celebrity guest speakers included La Verne Cox, Sarah Hyland, Lance Bass, Anjelica Huston, Lauren Jauregui, and Ricki Lake.
After another successful year of telling off Trump supporters and dancing with thousands of women, I am reminded of the importance of this march. At the end of the day, I was exhausted. My voice was run down from shouting at four men for telling me that this march is not necessary and that women need to keep both their mouths and legs closed. I was furious and felt defeated. "What's the point of continuing these marches if people were going to bring their negativity to this positive event," I thought. I walked away from the argument realizing that there is nothing that I can do to eliminate ignorance. Just as I was leaving I noticed a floral exhibit set up on the corner of the street. The wooden panels covered in flowers held up photos of iconic women like Michelle Obama. While attempting to take photos of the platform, my view was blocked by a little girl. The girl stared at the platform and began touching the photos and reading about these legendary women. Her family continued walking along, while she continued to stare in awe at the unique set up. It then hit me, this is exactly why I march. I march for the girls coming into the world after me. I refuse to let my generation be the one completely responsible for letting our government run a complete shit show. Being a bystander is what got us here in the first place and I no longer could remain silent. Seeing these women, men and children all stand for things that should be common sense reminded me that we're going to be alright. Trump's election was a minor setback for a major comeback. Could 2019 be the year where America finally get its' life together? Well based off of this march I can say that this is exactly what democracy looks like.