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Our looks appeared in the “Miseducation of Representation” series by Seattle-based photographer Dara Breeze/Brze Media.

Our LED Gold Sequin Dress and Stardust Spacesuit featured in the photoshoot.

Our stardust sequin jumpsuit and gold sequin dress were recently featured in a beautiful photoshoot by photographer Dara Breeze, owner of Brze Media.

In the words of the artist:

Throughout the history of popular culture, representation has been criticized to be limited and forgetful towards showing inclusion. My mission is to bring awareness towards the impact of individuality through representation by bridging the gap between the relationship of education and representation in popular culture eras.

This series was shot through a digital lens with an inspiration intertwined with 60s Vogue stories and glamours Hollywood style icons, such as Cher and Diana Ross. The purpose of this series is to set an example of the representation of individuality through a nostalgic era in fashion.

Dara Breeze is based in the Pacific Northwest and open for bookings. She aims for creative director roles, that give agency to spread positive light on the representations of digital diversity and redefine love as inclusion.

See the full photoshoot and more of Dara Breeze’s work at her portfolio,

Full photoshoot credits:

Models: Maya Turner, Victoria Ivanova, Hair Styling: @Mrsdanididit, Makeup: @Karensurancemua, Designer: Lumencouture, Floral Styling: Mercerislandflorist, Video: Maddy Knowlton

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Sequin Dress (Gold, Short)



Stardust Jumpsuit



About the Author: Chelsea Klukas is the founder of Lumen Couture, a product design manager and an interdisciplinary technology-focused artist. Chelsea started as a fine artist, but shifted her career focus to emerging technology. Lumen Couture is the fusion between creative expression and innovative tech.

Klukas is also the co-founder of MakeFashion, a wearable technology startup that brings high tech and high fashion to the runway. MakeFashion has created over 100 wearable tech garments and has produced runway shows across the world including New York, Shenzhen, and Rome. Her “Lumen Couture” projector hat, a hat that includes real-time projection mapping and visual inputs to display video on a dress, has gained international attention as the first of its kind.

Klukas has managed product design teams at Facebook and Amazon, including leading design for the artificial-intelligence enabled voice fashion assistant Echo Look. Before Amazon she was the creative director of BeauCoo, a social shopping startup that helped women find clothes that fit, and design lead at Poynt, a cross-platform location-based app with 20M users that pioneered augmented reality features in the early days of iOS.