The Outnet and Christie's Auction House Kick Off 'The Fashion Edit'

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by: Chloe Mac Donnell
8 Feb 2018

THE OUTNET and  Christie’s Auction House are teaming up to present a series of ‘Late’s” partnerships, once a month throughout the year. 

Kicking off on February 12th, the first one celebrates fashion month, with a bespoke themed pop-up area at the legendary auction house. Guests will be able to view upcoming sales of Impressionist and Modern Art, photography, handbags and tiaras alongside taking part in a variety of fashion-focused activities. Stylist Aurelia Donaldson and designer Lowell Delaney will be on-hand to offer one-on-one wardrobe consultations, the artist Michalis Christodoulou will be drawing portraits while there will also be a pottery workshop by Pop Up Pops. Visitors will be able to shop designer brands in a dedicated pop-up area before posing in a totally Instagrammable infinity box. Meanwhile, DJ Henri will be setting the vibe with a mix of old-school hop-hop hits.

Christie’s introduced their Late’s a year and a half ago and have since welcomed over 600 visitors a month- from opening its doors free of charge late. With the aim of attracting a future generations of collectors, each ‘Late’s’ evening’ gives guests the opportunity to listen to experts talk about art, interior design and collecting, and to see what happens behind the scenes of the auction house

“We are delighted to be collaborating with THE OUTNET on our monthly Christie’s Lates, an initiative which encourages clients both established and new to enjoy art in a relaxed setting’ explained Andy Waters, Curatorial Director, UK Chairman’s Office at Christie’s in a statement. ‘The program combines, a diverse and interesting range of art, music, film and now thanks to THE OUTNET, our February Late will have some wonderful fashion pop-up experiences for audiences.”

Entry is free. For more info click here.



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