The London Lightbox at Chanel's Covent Garden Pop Up

There aren't many companies out there as iconic for luxury than Chanel!  We supplied a riveted steel skinned Obscura for the event, complete with the French brand's iconic logo on every photos.   - 

Have a read over what Sarah Royce-Greensill wrote for the Telegraph about the event:

"Christmas shopping can be a trying task, so thank Chanel for the newly opened pop-up at Covent Garden, offering shoppers and beauty fans a pep-up amidst the chaos. Located a few doors down from the Chanel beauty boutique at the piazza, the temporary space – which next year will become the brand’s permanent bigger home – pays homage to the world of Chanel No.5 as depicted in the Baz Luhrmann-directed campaign starring Gisele Bündchen.

You won’t miss the giant snow globe outside with its illuminated number five; inside, a vintage-inspired beauty parlour hosts a variety of workshops and events throughout the month of December. Settle down on the plush red cinema chairs for a manicure – using Rouge Noir, naturellement – or pop by for a complimentary 15-minute flash makeover, the perfect shop-to-cocktails refresh.

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If you wish to linger longer, book in for a full one-hour makeover for £45 (redeemable against products bought), or reserve a spot with Zoe Taylor, the make-up maestro behind Keira Knightley, Rihanna and Julianne Moore’s immaculate Chanel looks. Along with Leigh Keates, Chanel’s official backstage hair stylist, Taylor will be in residence at the pop-up on Thursday 10th and Tuesday 15th December. Whether you want to learn how to master the art of the up-do or perfect your smokey eye, the professionals will be on hand to impart their words of wisdom.

Makeover complete, there’s the irresistible chance to channel your inner Gisele with a photobooth from The London Lightbox – pose in front of the backdrop featured in the campaign and receive a print-out photo as a souvenir of your jaunt into the world of Chanel. And if you can’t resist the temptation to shop, of course there are plenty of little black boxes to take home too." 

From telegraph.co.uk