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New Tiffany Colors Creative Studio Debuts at the Pioneer Square Art Walk Tonight
When Tiffany Lowry, one of our favorite local beauty and makeup experts (see: her appearance in our Best of 2011 issue), got rained out of yet another photoshoot this fall, she decided it was high time to have a dedicated (non-drippy) place to create glorious hair and makeup styles.
Lowry (left) with frequent collaborator Darcy Camden of Styled Seattle. Photo by Hayley Young
Today, she will get that indoor spot to gussy up clients, help support local artists and designers and host musicians and writers at Tiffany Colors Creative in Pioneer Square. Keep your eyes peeled on the second story windows at 89 Yesler Way: The flexible space will play host to revolving artist displays including framed art and jewelry, as well as act as a private salon for Lowry.
Get in the rustic space yourself tonight at the studio’s opening night party, corresponding with First Thursday in the Square. Jewelry artists Nikki Jacoby and Shop Paris with Love will be there with their sparkly wares, as well as bites from Trophy Cupcakes, a photo booth by awesome local photographer Sarah Rhoades and wine from non-profit SoZo. Artists Michelle Auer and Mike Azzano will also be displaying their work (Azzano's printwork is pictured below). If you can’t make it tomorrow, never fear: Lowry will open their doors every First Thursday with a new crew of delights.
Photos courtesy of Tiffany Lowry