10 Corso Como Seoul
to host its 6th anniversary exhibition and event
Works of iconic ‘80s fashion illustrator Tony Viramontes to be exhibited alongside ‘Exhibition inside Exhibition’ featuring 6 Korean artists and Como’s annual ‘Slow Shopping Week’
10 Corso Como, a selected shop leading global culture and trend, is offering diverse events to commemorate its 6th anniversary. One will be an exhibition showcasing all the key works of Tony Viramontes, an iconic fashion illustrator of the 1980s who died young at the young age of 33. In tandem will be ‘Exhibition inside Exhibition’ featuring six leading Korean artists. Also planned is Como’s annual ‘Slow Shopping Week’, which is always hotly anticipated by fashion leaders. 

Illustrations by Tony Viramontes and six Korean artists to be specially exhibited

To celebrate 10 Corso Como Seoul’s 6th anniversary, Carla Sozzani, the brand’s creative director and world-renowned gallerist, is hosting a milestone exhibition showcasing the best works of the iconic 1980s fashion illustrator Tony Viramontes. In tandem will be an additional special exhibition featuring works of six leading Korean pop culture artists titled ‘Exhibition Inside Exhibition.’ The chosen six will be leading Asian actress and fashionista Eun-Hye Yoon, Brown Eyes member and painter Naul, supermodel and illustrator Kyung-Ah Song, architect and space designer Oh Young Wook, interior designer Yang Teo, and an up-and-coming painter Yoon Hyang Ro.
- Period: March 26 ~ April 27 (11:00 a.m. ~ 08:00 p.m.)
- Venue: 3rd floor, 10 Corso Como Cheongdam flagship store

Slow Shopping Week
To celebrate its 6th anniversary, 10 Corso Como Seoul is also hosting its annual ‘Slow Shopping Week’ where one can leisurely appreciate shopping and culture and be treated to Como’s annual gourmet tasting course presented by the chef of 10 Corso Como Cafe. A special 10% discount will also be offered on March 29 and April 5 (certain items excluded).
Born in Los Angeles, California (USA) in 1956; died 1989

1980’s iconic fashion illustrator. He was a favorite with such fashion designers as Valentino and Jean Paul Gautier, and did illustrations for Issey Miyake, Yves Saint Laurent, Pierre Cardin, Ungaro and Dior.
He also drew portraits for Isabella Rossellini, Paloma Picasso and Janet Jackson.