We recently participated in a runway show for Original Design Fashion Week in Shenzhen. This show featured designs from our ready-to-wear collection, as well as a collaborative collection with MakeFashion and StarCode.
We are now being carried by Armoire style for rentals.
The Lumen Couture Ready-to-Wear collection was recently featured in CBC news.
MakeFashion Co-Founder Maria Elena Hoover discussed the washable nature of our garments, and how the design hides a battery pack within the dress.
Founder Chelsea Klukas was recently interviewed by the creators of Style Engineers Worldwide: a graphic novel for young girls about the adventures of a fashion-technology superhero.
We were recently part of the Lit Gala celebrating the opening of the new Calgary Central Library with MakeFashion on Nov 2.
The new Central Library was a $245 million project, and is the only Canadian building on Architectural Digest’s 2018 Most Anticipated Buildings in the World.
The outfit was commissioned for or her performance at the 2018 MakeFashion runway show. The headdress and necklace are inspired by illuminated crystals. Lumen Couture has extended the runway concept to ready-to-wear illuminated quartz jewelry that is available for purchase.
Lumen Couture is available for custom garments for singers and performers.
This September our Ready-to-Wear line made its debut on the runway at MakeFashion’s 2018 runway show at Beakernight. We showcased three sequin dresses from our sequin line, and our white lace dress.
The sequin dresses are now available for pre-order to ship in time for holiday events. All dresses are also available for rental.
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.
LUMA is a projection festival held annually in Upstate New York that celebrates the intersection of art and technology. Founded in 2015, the three-person team expected a crowd of 3,000: and 30,000 came. Since then the festival has grown, with the mission dedicated to the art of storytelling through projection mapping.
The Long Exposure Festival is a family friendly experience of light, performance, and interactive art in Flemingdon park. The event featured performers and installations focused on light.