An education event turned creative art gallery experience……inspired by the Modern Bouffant and 1960’s Parisian glamour, Luxelab turned your run of the mill product knowledge class into a creative project that pushed all boundaries. Each of our five salons presented two looks showcasing the L’Oreal Professionnel Series Expert Line. Groups of stylists were led by docents through the gallery like installations and transported from a French topiary garden to an edgy art studio to a dreamlike representation of Melvyn Sokolsky’s Bubble Series published in a 1960’s Harper’s Bazaar edition. Also visited was a futuristic sensory experience and a sexy boudoir shared by the likes of Peggy Moffit and Bridgit Bardot. Mary Quant inspired paper outfits were hand stitched by Luxelab’s very own Craig Wcislo. Who said learning isn’t fun?
|Photographer Gary Westby Photographer|
|luxelab Bel Air’s Stylist Eric Garza
Gary Westby Photography
|Gary Westby Photography|
|Paper dresses by luxelab Stylist Craig Wcislo|
|Keli Squires Photography|
|Micheal Sampson Vice President of Sales L’Oréal Professionnel with models.
Keli Squiers Photography
|luxelab Montana Ave Team|