Coco Louise x LUMAS Gallery Fashion Styling Workshop

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High Fashion Meets Fashion Photography and Art
at LUMAS Gallery

We are seeing more and more how art and fashion have outgrown the confines of museums and catwalks. Now, a leading provider of museum-quality art for Australian homes, LUMAS Galleries Australia, are hosting a fashion-inspired workshop with Melbourne-based international stylist, Coco Louise, at their flagship gallery in Richmond, on the 1st of February, 2020.

This will be a fantastic afternoon event for all art & fashion enthusiasts to browse LUMAS Gallery’s exclusive fashion photography portfolio while attending a free fashion-styling workshop that will showcase how outfits can be transformed to look sleek and chic with simple accessories.

LUMAS Gallery Prada

Prada Marfa by Adam Mork

Light refreshments and beverages will be available and guests will be provided with goodie bags to take home as part of the workshop.

“LUMAS is thrilled to organize a fabulous event for all art and fashion enthusiasts to explore our current contemporary, fashion photography portfolio,” said Eugenia Wilson, LUMAS Australia’s Managing Director.

LUMAS has pioneered efforts in making contemporary art accessible since its origin, and today it’s embedded into the company’s core philosophy. The gallery aims to bridge the gap for new-comers to the art world, evident through their provision of museum-quality art editions at a fraction of the cost.

Lumas Gallery Fashion Photogaphy

Manhattan by Zoltan Tombor

About Coco Lousie

Coco Louise believes that beauty radiates from within and confidence emerges from feeling abundant and looking fabulous. Coco’s exclusive clients implicitly trust her to elevate their personal style while delivering a unique service they simply won’t find anywhere else.
With a background in fashion design, editorial and commercial styling, Coco’s broad knowledge of global fashion trends combined with her rich cultural heritage ensures a striking cosmopolitan edge in her styling reportoire, and an innate ability to create a natural yet understated class to any ensemble. Coco Louise redefines style through fashion that reflects one’s authentic self, and guarantees to uplift your soul.

International Stylist Coco Louise

About LUMAS Gallery

The first LUMAS gallery opened at Berlin’s famous Hackescher Markt in 2004 and many locations quickly followed. LUMAS now has over 40 galleries around the world in cities like New York, Paris, London, Seoul, and now Melbourne.

With more than 3,000 works in their comprehensive portfolio. LUMAS delivers an insightful look into the contemporary art and design scenes. LUMAS is highly enorsed by notable publications including Architectural Digest, Forbes, The Financial Times, Art Investor, with Cosmopolitan desicribing LUMAS as, “hitting a strike by making modern art more affordable”.

Where: LUMAS Gallery, 597 Church St, Richmond, Victoria
When: Saturday 1 February, 2020
Time: 2-4pm
RSVP Essential: Hit this link to RSVP

LUMAS Gallery Fashion PHotograh Couple in the Street - HeadTurner

Head Turner by Greg Kadel

 

 

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