Charlie Would…

Charlie Le Mindu is a name known by fashion lovers around the world. From his works with celebrities like Lady Gaga to incredible live performance pieces, his work with human hair is true art. Now, for the first time ever, the hair stylings of Charlie Le Mindu are being displayed in a solo exhibition in the United States. projects+gallery at 4733 McPherson Avenue in Saint Louis’ Central West End hosts the exhibition “Charlie Would…” starting September 15th into December 2016. Charlie, along with Senior Director of projects+gallery Bridget Melloy, give HEC-TV a sneak peak of this exciting installation. For more information about Charlie Le Mindu and projects+gallery you can visit www.projects-gallery.com.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am