The worlds of hip-hop culture and fashion collided over the weekend at ComplexCon 2016. The two-day annual festival that Complex Magazine puts together took place at the Long Beach Convention Center and featured exclusive merchandise, roundtable discussions, dope performances and exhibits from top brands and artists. It’s obvious lots style was on the menu too!
Scroll down to which of your favorite trendsetters was on the scene serving in their best threads.
Karrueche and Va$htie slay in comfy 'fits. Kae's gold Adidas kick up the cool factor on her jumpsuit while the DJ's platform boots add edge.
Lil Yatchy is mad about plaid!
It's wasn't hard to miss Trinidad James in this custom-designed jacket by Osose.
Paloma Ford channeled Lil' Kim in yellow shades and a matching fur.
Rox Brown of the The VFiles rocked a piece from the Mountain Dew x VFILES Camo Out collection.
Another Mountain Dew x VFILES Camo Out piece worn by fashion blogger Aleali May.
French Montana joined Complex's VP of Content Strategy Joe La Puma for some "sneaker shopping" in all-black everything.
Kid Cudi got decked out in camo print.
The rapper switched it up for a clean white tee that showed off some chest while chopping it up with Pharrell Williams.
As Cultural Director/Executive Chair, Pharrell made his rounds. This time he posed in another pair of striped pants with designer Marc Eckō.
Model Adrianna Ho slipped into a vintage Snoop Dogg graphic t-shirt for the festival.
The beauty maven known as Kristen Crawley sported a corset over her denim button down for an ultra-chic style.
Snoop's eldest son Cordell Broadus stood out in a colorful jacket courtesy of Unknown Clothing.
Ana Montana brought New York style to the West Coast in a Yankee fitted, distressed denim jacket, bodysuit and Timberland boots.
Photographer Renell Medrano teamed up with Aleali May for a fierce fashion moment before heading in for the festivities.
(Photo: Vashtie via Instagram)
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