Are you interested in working at the intersection of Fashion and Technology? Lumen Couture and MakeFashion are looking for a media intern for 6 weeks. This role will involve image and video content creation for social media (instagram, youtube), writing, and blogging. You’ll also have the ability to flex your creative muscle with styling and fashion creation and curation projects. There may be opportunities for event attendance and influencer work.
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Our founder Chelsea Klukas presented and opening keynote discussing what her work in FashionTech startups (BeauCoo), retail technology at scale at Amazon, and work on MakeFashion and her own line of ready-to-wear fashiontech has taught her about the future of the fashion industry.
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On April 16th, 2019, Lumen Couture founder Chelsea Klukas opened SF Tech Fashion Week 2019 with a keynote presentation. She was also a member of a women in tech panel at the event, held at the Shopify Kit Office in San Francisco.
This installment of Women in Fashion+Tech panel highlighted the current state of the convergence of fashion and technology and how fashion tech companies are elevating customer experience to the next level. Topics covered included retail disruption with ecommerce technology; social media and trends fueling the future of the business of fashion.
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On April 30th we participated in Fashion is ART! In Tacoma, Washington with garments from both our ready-to-wear collection and new couture designs.
Unlike a traditional runway show, Fashion is ART! elevated fashion to the level fo fine art, with an on-site studio photography session and live drawing and painting of the models. The photographs and live art sessions were open for audience members to observe, giving a glimpse into the process of documenting and capturing fashion.
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To celebrate the unveiling of the world’s largest cut Topaz at the Natural History Museum in London, designers Moritz Waldemeyer and Deborah Milner created a bodysuit using blue topaz stones and LED lighting.
For the Oscars, Annabelle Azade, TV Presenter for I24News, appeared at the Consul General Of France Hosts Post-Oscar Luncheon at The Residence Of the Consul General Of France wearing the Lumen Couture Lumiere Atelier Sequin Collection gown.
Lumen Couture founder Chelsea Klukas spoke to students, faculty, and guests of Toronto’s Ryerson University on the future of fashion. She discussed how her work in startups and large companies has allowed her to challenge the boundaries of fashion and technology.
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The Chameleon Cocktail Dress is one of the earliest MakeFashion garments, showcased at the 2013 gala. Despite being nearly 5 years old today, it is still one of the most iconic and showstopping wearable tech garments our organization has showcased.