Waking up in the early morning was quite difficult however we were more than hyped to go to the events. We did not know what to expect because this was out first time. Our professors talked about it all the time and we just wanted to see if a Donuts Wall was real or if we would get a lot of free goodies.
As the world is evolving into tech, you can’t fight it. You have to embrace it use it. It has to be symbiotic.
Zac Posen was the first speaker during this day, he is known for his beautiful fashion designs. I absolutely love his work and I follow him on Instagram. When I saw him come on stage he looked like he was genuinely happy with himself and what he has accomplished. It was a dream come true to see a fashion genius in person.
Drop the mic. Boom. Tell everybody, ‘Match that shit
Quentin Tarantino was talking about his work and where his passion came from. It was interesting to see him in person, he was very sure of himself and was willing to support new styles and edgy movies. He also did mention that after two movies he would retire. In all he will have ten movies.
Adobe was kind enough to share their brand new technology that they are currently working on. From my understanding it was just coded and was still not implemented into the software. I had quite a few favorites however the #VoCo was my favorite. I couldn't believe they could replicate the voice soo flawlessly. We were just oohing the whole time because most of the new additions were mind blowing! I can't wait to try them out. :)
The Adobe Bash was a huge party. The Mowglis were playing and as always they were amazing live. There was a dessert conveyor belt which had amazing treats and we also had some really great Greek food. I was able to meet many new individuals who had some great stories.
We started out the day later than usual. We took a Lyft and went to the Werewolf restaurant for some kick ass breakfast. I had the crazy skull Bloody Mary and the Pork Belly Benedict. It was extremely delicious and a very good way to start out the last day of Adobe Sessions. I would absolutely go there again to try the Homer Pancakes. After that we walked over to the San Diego convention center for our classes.
We were lucky enough to check out of our hotel in the morning and then run around San Diego Downtown for a few hours. It was a lot of fun and we got to try out the famous Donut Bar where we stuffed our faces with donuts and tried some really weird ones like a Butterbeer Donut (Pictures below!) We walked around the Gas Lamp District and found some cute little stores.
After visiting Downtown we drove over to the Pacific Beach where we screamed out ratings for awesome surfers (they usually got 10/10 because we knew we couldn't do any better!) We also had the chance to dip our fins in the water and grab some amazing food at the Firehouse. Honestly though, those little corn dogs were amazing.