Sound Design and Music Curation
ED1TUS is a men’s fashion and lifestyle showroom located in a 7,000 square-foot warehouse in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. ED1TUS showcases premium brands from Europe and North America, including contemporary Italian brand, Mauro Grifoni, Drumohr cashmere, FPM luggage, leathers by Stewart, CM Made In Italy handmade footwear, men’s bags by Meilleur Ami, fragrances by Mirko Buffini, Cire Trudon candles, toiletries by Gentleman Brand Co., Man of the World magazines, and custom motorcycles Angry Lane.
The space is a collaboration with modern furniture purveyor Casa Capriz and The Butchers Club, a unique butcher’s shop and private dining room concept based around high quality dry-aged beef.
Louise worked closely with co-founders David Wakely, Jino Khidr and Jules Shah, and the owners of the Butcher’s Club to find an audio solution for their 7,000 square-foot venue. She facilitated the purchase and installation of the sound system with Man Sing Audio Co. and oversaw the project during the design and build phase of the space to ensure integration of the sound system throughout the space, including isolating areas for specific use and inclusion of a moveable DJ booth for special events.
Redress – The EcoChic Design Award
Working with CEO Christina Dean and Hong Kong Stylist Denise Ho, Louise curated the music selection for The EcoChic Design Award runway shows in Hong Kong and Shanghai in 2013. The EcoChic Design Award is the world's largest sustainable fashion design competition challenging emerging fashion designers from Asia and Europe to create high-appeal clothing with minimal textile waste.
Music and Special Events
DRKRMS is a photography platform that showcases Asia's best new photographers who share a passion for capturing the dark underground culture in their cities, supporting and developing the creative community. Louise participated as a DJ at DRKRMS Labs – bi-weekly events that bring together some of Hong Kong’s creative minds – and at the DRKRMS launch exhibit in partnership with Guinness, which showcased some of the city’s budding photographers in a large format and interactive setting.