Zimbabwean born social media influence and entrepreneur, Paloma was behind the lavish valentines curation and celebration that was on display at Khanyi Mbau and her Zimbabwean lover’s valentines do.
The valentines display has left millions wowed on social media platforms and a multitude of fans wondering who had put this all together.
Report Focus News caught up with the lady behind it all, Paloma popularly known in the social media circles as ‘Loloskloset’.
Speaking to Paloma Report Focus News established that the social media influencer is not just beauty with no brain. As a matter of fact she has 2 degrees in strategic brand communications and is currently a Masters student. Paloma is a certified brand builder who has exploited a niche in experiential events. She has put to use these expertise and creatively utilised her acquired skills to create unique, bespoke curation such as the recent Khanyi Mbau viral valentines shindig that has left social media buzzing.
A seasoned curator in her own right Paloma has curated and hosted a range of spectacular events on land and sea one of her highlights was on a yacht.
Quizzed about the difference between event management and curating an experiential event? Paloma explained:
“We do not only look at the individual as a brand but we make the curation of the event to reflect the character and personality of the person or corporate organisation. Loloskloset have an ingenious way of creating experiential experiences for our clients be they individuals or corporate entities.
Speaking about her recent curation event she elucidated her journey in this bespoke yet niche market.
“ I transitioned from just being an Instagram Influencer to a top class curator it’s the best way to describe what I do with the help of my team . It’s more than just planning and event, people want epic moments they can remember forever and we make this a reality .
If you’re looking for an event planners in Southern Africa or indeed, Africa in general Loloskloset is the go to place. We have an expert team to make your dream destination event a reality. We create exceptional celebrations. Loloskloset will help make your perfect event happen, with a jaw-dropping style that will be totally and uniquely yours.”
Speaking to Report Focus News, about the valentines experience that Loloskloset curated for Khanyi Mbau, Paloma said “it is always a joy for Loloskloset to give their clients a memorable experience.”
Asked about her clientele the social media influencer-cum-curator said:
“Loloskloset aims to create magical memories on a global scale for a diverse set of clients, including private individuals, socialites, royalty, red-carpet celebrities and captains of industry.
“Our goal is to create once in a lifetime events for our clients. We have a unique ability to understand what is important to our clients and to picture what they envision, which then allows us to create experiences that resonate powerfully. This has made us the first choice for conceiving and planning gorgeous affairs—from non-profit events to charity events and breathtaking balls in some of the world’s most exclusive destinations. We are not geographically restricted.
We are particular about detail that is what curators do. We are mindful that some of these events are once in a lifetime experiences that deserve a significant memory to go with them. Capturing that moment in time and creating an indelible etching is an art form. We work with you and you to make this the most personal, meaningful and beautiful moment to celebrate with friends and loved ones.” She said.
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