From December 1-2, residents of Los Angeles will have the chance to take part in the debut of a new experiential pop-up store and art exhibit aptly named The Chronicles of LA. The two-day event will bring together over 60 artists, designers, performers, and musicians from around the world to share their ideas and viewpoints about sex through their own individual talents and unique methods.
The storefront and exhibit will take place at a secret location in downtown LA, with exact details to be revealed ahead of time to those who RSVP to attend. What is being revealed now is that the unique event will take place at a vintage hotel to ensure that the venue itself is integral to the guest experience.
Throughout the two-day experience, guests will have the chance to witness surprise unannounced performances from different dancers, performers, and musicians throughout the venue. This will give each guest a unique experience depending on when they arrive and how long they stay. Guests will also have the chance to purchase art, clothing, and products from the artists participating.
Presenting the event is multimedia artist James Mountford and fashion expert Leena Similu, who first made their mark on the art and fashion scene of London and have now chosen Los Angeles as their next venture. This debut edition in December will be chapter one in The Chronicles of LA series, with forthcoming chapters taking on new themes in different locations.
Artists participating in the showing will include creator of couture sensual tools and evocative objects Adele Brydges, abstract painter inspired by BDSM Ali Silverstein, LA-based multidisciplinary artist Amanda Maciel Antunes, creator of dark luxury artisanal fashions Ammunition Couture, LA choreographer Ania Catherine, Milanese swimwear brand Fantabody, and Sorelli Presents from French director Juliana Sorelli, who runs Hollywood Boulevard’s The Evil Rock N Roll Cat.
More artists on board include LA design duo Estudio Persona, British Fashion Designer Ingrid Kraftchenko, LA-based dancer and choreographer Jessica Emmanuel, UK luxury leather and accessories line Melissa Tofton, New York fashion designer mlaed, who creates clothing lines exclusively from waste, Berlin-based designer duo Namilia, London artist well known for exquisite ballpoint pen drawings Cary Kwok, and California art and design project Ready Objects.
Those interested in attending The Chronicles Of LA are encouraged to head to their website and RSVP as well as follow them on Instagram. More information will be unveiled for those that RSVP as the event nears closer.