Chloe Trujillo is one of Los Angeles’ most acclaimed and inspiring voices. Born into a family of artists, she carved her own path influenced by heavy music, mathematics and other esoteric practices. Chloe started creating complex, layered, deeply saturated metaphorical compositions by allowing symbols, elements, melodies, words and colors to flow through her tapping into pure creativity. Her work garners international acclaim in locales such as Paris, London, Berlin, NYC ,San Fransisco and Los Angeles receiving notice in Forbes Magazine, Vogue Italia, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair and the NY times. Her “Aztec De La Chloe” premiered at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and now is currently on display at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Translating her artwork onto her favorite accessory, Chloe launched her first line of silk scarves in 2012 at Colette in Paris. Her fashion line has since expanded to include handbags, swimwear and clothing adorned with elements from her symbolic art and has been sold in high-end boutiques around the world. She is currently developing a S/S23 capsule collection. Chloe exploring her passion for music developed her own style, drawing inspiration from her art and day-to-day life. She spent years performing in bands, cabaret acts, rock operas, and Off-Broadway. In 2015, she opened for Missing Persons and continued recording projects like the special edition for Frank Zappa’s birthday bundle, where she interpreted “the Torture Never Stops”. Last year, Chloe released a series of albums “Mothers of a New Nation”, “What are We?”, “Heavy Peace” in collaboration with Rav Medic and a vinyl “Cleria” with 66steps. She just released “Spellbook” this spring and is preparing to release a full album with Rav Medic by the end of the year. Chloe currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, musician Robert Trujillo, and their two children.