LGHQ is buzzing with excitement this week with the launch of The Lulu Guinness Paint Project looming. On Thursday night the worlds of fashion and art will unite when Lulu and digital artist Joseph Steele join forces to collaborate on a spectacular live event.
The project sees Lulu and Joseph create a limited edition collection of 180 unique clutch bags, each signed and numbered by Steele and Lulu herself. Featuring a unique ‘paint splatter’ design created by an innovative paint explosion technique, each ‘Hug and Hold’ clutch is an authentic piece of artwork as well as a stylish clutch bag. Priced at £295 and available in black, stone and red, with Steele’s signature paint splatters in contrasting tones, this limited edition bag is perfect for carrying your ipad, purse and essential red lipstick in style. Choose from ‘In the red’, ‘I see a black bag and I want it painted red’ and ‘Paint the town red’; your own portable piece of art!
To sign up for the waiting list email firstname.lastname@example.org or to win tickets to the launch event in London head to our Twitter page www.twitter.com/luluguinness. LGHQx
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