Lomography Gallery Store Milan is One Year Old!


A whole year of fun and photography has passed since the Lomography Gallery Store Milan opened it’s doors in the city of Milan. It was our very first anniversary and WOW! what a way to celebrate it!!! Giant smiles , 400 balloons and one giant cake. More awesome fun after the jump…

It was an unforgettable evening with our friends, our lovely community where flashlights couldn’t stop firing for all the smiles they’ve found. To make everything special, we had an awesome surprise hidden inside our big, big, biiiiiig cake waiting for a lucky winner to find it and take our much beloved Diana F+ home.

Photo by LGS_Milan

It took 6 slices and she found home with the super sweet Erika.

Erika, the winner.

But the cake wasn’t the only surprise, our workshop area was invaded by red and white ballons and the team prepared a little something for our guests remembering this crazy fantastic first year. Magical drinks kept flowing mixed with killer tunes by the awesome duo DJs The Siro and Golden Boy. It was a night to remember!

Photo by LGS_Milan

Don’t worry, in case you missed this. We are here to stay and many more years of awesomeness are yet to come.

Lomography Gallery Store Milan
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written by superchouette on 2011-12-13 #news #party #milan #milano #italia #lomography-gallery-store-milan #anniversario

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One Comment

  1. attelid
    attelid ·

    Heyy what about Rome? Please, LSI!

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