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Capture Beauty Exhibition to Launch on International Women's Day

Staying true to its unique heritage, the leading lingerie brand, Wacoal, continues to invest in the arts and celebrate the beauty of women. As the Patron Of Beauty art campaign concludes, which launched in September 2018, Wacoal is holding a charity exhibition ‘Capture Beauty’, showcasing different visions of beauty. The Capture Beauty exhibition will launch on International Women’s Day (8th March 2019) with all the proceeds going towards supporting the work of a new generation of female artists.

As part of its Patron of Beauty campaign, Wacoal partnered with Wise Women, a circle of women engaged in culture and creation, and whose values are similar to Wacoal’s - to champion female artists in France. Wise Women, represented by its founder Maroussia Rebecq and art influencer Margaux Barthélémy, worked with Wacoal to showcase six female artists who were commissioned to create unique pieces of art inspired by feminine beauty. The artists include photographer Camile Vivier, painters Ines Longevial and Apolonia Sokol, ceramics artist Alice Guittard, sculptor Celia Nkala and collage artist Leslie David.

The campaign and the artworks highlight Wacoal’s dedication to helping women look and feel even more beautiful. Wacoal was founded by Koichi Tsukamoto in Japan and he believed not only in extraordinary craft, but in serving as a creator of culture. He also invested in striking product design and in the arts and experiences for women. To celebrate this, Wacoal continues to champion female artists and explores their representation in the art world.

The exhibition will be open to the public from Friday 8th – 16th March 2019 and from 12pm – 7pm on Monday – Saturday, at Villa Rose: 84, Rue d’Amsterdam – 75009 Paris. To find out more about Wacoal’s Patron Of Beauty campaign please click here

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