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    Tluxe Blog — Karl Lagerfeld

    Inspire me... oceanic colours

     

    Richard Nicoll spring/summer 2013 

     

     

    Amaya Arzuaga spring/summer 2013

    Victoria Beckham spring/summer 2013

      Continuing our celebration of colour, today we take a look at the cool oceanic tones that inspired us here at Tluxe HQ for summer 2012. The perfect daytime balance to the evening hues of warm sunset orange we featured last week, our emerald and lagoon shades of blue and green are inspired by the colours of the ocean sparkling against Sydney’s skyline on any given day of the week.

    Not only do oceanic tones make you feel calm and look cool it’s a very now palette worth investing in. Perusing the more directional looks on the Spring/Summer 2013 catwalks, it’s no surprise that the ocean was a key inspiration for designers from London to New York. The Tluxe top tip? Wear it with an understated sparkle of metallic silver or bronze via a pair of flats strapped at the ankle, or show your fashion smarts by sporting next summer’s hot accessory now; a chunky, transparent cuff.

    Read me... Diana Vreeland

    Fashion legend and ex-American Harpers Bazaar editor, Diana Vreeland (1903-1989) has been celebrated in a recently released book, The Eye Has to Travel, which hails the high priestess of style as an enduring icon whose influence shaped the face of fashion, beauty, art, publishing and culture. Illustrations, original magazine spreads and famous photographs reveal Vreeland’s vision and her impressive ability to invent and discover fashion ideas, designers, personalities and photographers. If you didn't know already, Vreeland is also the queen of fashion one-liners - the precursor to the current king of fashion quips, Karl Lagerfeld. Keep an eye out for the documentary film version of this book, to be released next year.