Venezia Lowis, a twenty-five years old fashion designer who specializes in women's wear, loves to manifest her creativity into something enchanting and luxurious. She finds it orgasmic to dress up women to embody their inner soul and step up their innate beauty into a seductive lady.

Venezia was born in Cilacap, Central Java, Indonesia, whose parents originated from Aceh and Palembang.

In 2007, Venezia became a jewelry and bag designer for Hilarious, a designer label that she established together with her colleague. At the same time, she was a co-founder and a creative director of an environmental youth organization named JADUL (The Youth Care). The organization cooperated with UNICEF Indonesia and Indonesian Child Welfare Foundation. She made recycled products, which were marketed at Gran Melia hotel.

In June 2008, soon after Venezia resigned from her internship as a stylist at Dresscode Magazine, she was offered a position as a fashion contributor for Gogirl! Magazine. In the same year, Venezia came out as a winner in a make up contest held by Mustika Puteri.

In late 2009, she designed recycled shopping bags made of rice sacks with nature-patterned fabrics, which were presented for free to visitors who won in "Indonesia Quiz" during the event Climate Forum in Copenhagen, Denmark. Danish Countess Alexandra, Princess of Denmark, is known to possess one of the shopping bags.

In October 2010, Venezia with her partners as a team became the finalist of Senayan Fabulous Beauty Showcase - Fashion Design Competition.

In July 2011, Venezia showed her first couture collection titled Legacy of Ancient Beauty for Mascarade Mystique Fashion Show at Balai Sarbini, Plaza Semanggi. Venezia Lowis earned fashion design diploma at Lasalle College International. Soon after graduating, she was working as a fashion design assistant for Sally Koeswanto.

Now Venezia is working on her very own independent lines, VENEZIALOWIS (couture and made-to-measure) and Kurawa (Batik Boho).