The Lotocoho brand continues its international expansion, attaining recognition for its success outside of Spain, receiving The Mediterranean Fashion Prize in Marseille, given by Chanel president Françoise Montenay.
Lotocoho was created by Anna Tomich (a former student of the Undergraduate Degree in Interior Design and the Master of European Design Labs as well as a teacher on our One Year Interior Design Course) together with the architect, designer and photographer Jorge López Conde (a teacher on the Undergraduate Degree in Interior Design). Lotocoho is an original company that transforms signs into symbols, and landscapes and concepts into bespoke jewellery. Its wide-ranging product catalogue includes rings, earrings, bracelets and wristlets. The artist Marina Abramovic, among others, sported some of their creations after the premiere of her opera The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic at the Teatro Real in Madrid.
Continuing on its international journey, Lotocoho, whose collections sell in places such as MoMA, Galleries Lafayette Beijing, Number 4 Kuwait, the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris (currently, the firm has more than 50 sales spaces), will display its new collection China during the upcoming Fashion Weeks in New York and Paris.
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Start: January 2015.
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