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An Inside Look At Brooklyn’s 2nd Annual ENVSN Festival

The ENVSN Visionaire Award recognizes Gen Z and Millennial women who are leading the charge to change their own world and the world around them for the better. This year’s category is presented by Champs Sports Women’s in the area of Fitness and Wellness. Winner: Briana Owens, Founder of Spiked Spin. Image credit: Derreck Stanley

On Saturday and Sunday, Industry City located in Brooklyn, NY opened the doors of Industry City for the second annual ENVSN festival.

Inspired by dreamers, go-getters and our future leaders ENVSN is a multi-dimensional community, committed to the empowerment of Gen-Z adapters and their aficionados. ENVSN was born with the goal to serve and foster the talents, dreams, and sustainability of youth culture in an inclusive environment that promotes collaboration, discovery, and conversation.

From panelist that included media mavens like Angela Yee, Gia Peppers, Shaun Ross, Karen Civil, and ELLE Style Director, Nikki Ogunnaike to performers like Doja Cat and Queen Naija, ENVSN Festival was the place to be this past weekend.

A Look at Day 1:

Hosted by Gia Peppers, the first day of the two-day festival included panels, activations, manicure booth, hair station, workshops and more. Activations included Clinique Skincare Master Class with Dr. Michelle Henry, Lululemon: Woke + Aware: The Power of Yoga + You – hosted by Sara Clarke, Champs Sports: Flower making workshop

No One’s Got Us Like We Got Us.
Moderator: Nikki Ogunnaike
Panelists: Deja Foxx, Clementine Desseaux, Nicole Russell

 

Founded by Sharifa Murdock, she describes the festival as a collaboration of possibilities where real success stories are used as a platform of encouragement for the millennial minds, alongside unique shopping and music experiences.

The festival’s schedule was packed with panel discussions, workshops, and performances that touched on everything from career building, to self-care and wellness, to fashion/beauty entrepreneurship, to the artistry of female figures in music, and so much more!

A Look at Day 2:

Hosted by Kela Walker the second day of the two-day festival included panels featuring Karen Civil, Yandy Smith, Tricia Tranquillo, activations, the presentation of the Champs Sports Visionaire Award and more. Activations included Lululemon: Woke + Aware: The Power of Yoga + You – hosted by Sara Clarke, Champs Sports: Flower making workshop and Hip Hop Dance Choreography – Powered by Ladies of Hip Hop and shopping experiences by Haitian entrepreneur The BKCircus.

Fuel Your Passion
Moderator: Dani Kwateng
Panelists: Angela Yee, Brooke Ozaydinli, Yandy Harris,
Image credit: Derreck Stanley
L’union Suite Founder Wanda Tima
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