Born out of a defunct dry cleaning operation called “Good Luck” in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, the location was secretly converted into a two-story, speakeasy art gallery and cultural hub for creatives. Aware of the fact that the art world is viewed by many as being pretentious and intimidating, Good Luck Dry Cleaners aims to disrupt that model by instead focusing on the personal connection to art and creating an exciting and approachable experience for people in an “exclusive yet inclusive” atmosphere featuring unique work that can’t be found anywhere else. Known for routinely popping up unannounced in secret locations, you can visit Good Luck Dry Cleaners at their current flagship at 198 Rivington Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side (a raw space they converted in less than two days after activating at Art Basel Miami). Recognized as a true lifestyle brand dedicated to pushing culture forward, the Good Luck Dry Cleaners vision has quickly been embraced by some of the world’s most prestigious artists, entertainers, models, luxury brands, fashion houses, corporate clients, and private collectors.

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