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Catherine Testorf, CEO of InSight Artspace and Cherie Corso, collaboration with L’adresse NY was a big success! Guests cheered and loved the interactive art exhibition experience pairing color and style between vibrant paintings and contemporary fashion. The fashion show had models ranging from teen to mature women. Professional teen model, Julia Marie Corso walked the runway followed by Julian Testorf carrying artwork coordinating with her fashion. The crowd gasped when the beautiful Loretta Illustrato strutted down the catwalk wearing all white followed by more artwork. Other models were professional musician Ani Gregorian Resnick, who rocked the little black dress. Nadege Franken, pilates expert also graced the runway in style. It was a beautiful evening that transported invitees to PARIS for the evening. Art functions as a bridge between people, and is needed in our world. Everyone at the home of Catherine Testorf had smiles on their face while they enjoyed the experience. Friendships were made and memories created, the creative way of bringing people together was the brainchild of Catherine Testorf & Cherie Corso, who love people, art and making new friend. Men women and children were captivated by the art, French food, international guest and creativity, they are looking forward to the next mind-blowing event.
L’adresse NY brought thethe latest boutique trends from Paris, with a fashion show surrounded by the work of talented women artists, discover a selection of clothing from Parisian designers. Everyone loved the art, french food and a chance to buy remarkable works of art and to shop for a little something that you will not find anywhere in the States. Quotes from guest
“when I got home I looked at my walls and wanted to buy all new artwork” “I felt so relaxed and happy after the event, it must be the artwork & wine and fun people, felt like I went to Paris.”
Artist: Maizianne statement :
“ It is about my perception of the person, but most of the time the reflection and translation of my deepest –sometimes unknown- thoughts, moods and feelings. Each piece is unique.
I want the viewer to identify himself with the subject and associate personal memories or feelings to what is viewed” . Artist: Maizianne statement