Here at Tluxe HQ this week we'll be mostly listening to the soulful sounds of Donald Byrd's classic Places and Spaces album. Our particular favourite track today being Flight Time, which beautifully reflects in music our current mood and the ideas behind our new autumn/winter collection, The Journey. Enjoy!
How about a little classic Al Green to put a smile on your face at the start of the week... Let's Stay Together being one of our all-time favourites here at Tluxe HQ. We've so many reasons to spread the joy today, starting with the cooler weather (Friday's 45 degrees here in Sydney truly felt like stumbling into a fan-forced oven), the fact we have a day off next week (thanks Australia Day!), and that a certain president, who also happens to be an Al Green fan, (check his campaign playlist here), is back in the driving seat. Happy Monday indeed.
Today we're enjoying the cool after a hot and steamy Sydney weekend. We're wearing one of our super fine organic cotton Portofino T-shirts with a pair of Palm print silk trousers while mostly listening to the dulcet tones of Terry Callier, which is sitting so well with the laid-back summer vibe we're feeling at the moment we're making his classic 1972 album, What Colour is Love, our soundtrack to the week. Enjoy.
Balmy spring evenings, strolling home with the doors to people's homes open, the scent of barbeques in the air, and the sound of music escaping onto the tree-lined streets. Ahh, it's been a magic long weekend here in Sydney hasn't it? As we prepare for the week ahead we're watching the sun set, that incredible full moon rise, and listening to the sounds of The Cinematic Orchestra. Have a lovely evening friends, and a fantastic week ahead. Much love, Tluxe.
Today we're feeling the love for the late Donna Summer and her genre-defining disco anthem, which we're enjoying in all its glittering glory, while wearing our equally sparkly, sequin mesh Claridges top (pictured above). And while we're celebrating the pioneers of disco, next up on the Tluxe studio turntable will undoubtedly be the Bee Gees You Should be Dancing, in remembrance of Robin Gibb, and our recently departed, and rather fun-fuelled weekend. Long live the divas of disco.