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      Tluxe Blog — Sydney Biennale

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      The perfect day


       
      A bit of fog

       
      A bit of wind

        
      And a whole lot of disco

      This week we’re loving Sydney’s biennale. A great excuse to jump on a ferry, feel the wind in your hair and culturally saturate yourself for a few hours as you wander through the industrial wastelands of Cockatoo Island. Our top tips? Fujiko Nakaya's fog sculpture and Tiffany Singh’s bamboo wind chimes, both of which leave you with a pervading sense of calm.

      And as the sun sets on our ferry ride home the soundtrack to end our most perfect day would have to be Ashford and Simpson’s Bourgie Bourgie, as played by Larry Levan at the infamous Paradise Garage. Not a bad way to start the week. Enjoy!

       

       

      What to wear gallery hopping

        

       

       

       

       

      We’ve been busy here at Tluxe putting production together for our new spring/summer collection but not so busy that we can’t find the time to do a little cultural research.

      In a warm up to Sydney’s Biennale, which starts next week, our very own Suzie Q, production manager extraordinaire, took a weekend off recently to visit the Museum of Old and New Art down in Tasmania.

      You can see Suzie pictured above sporting a Tluxe California top, a Plaza cardigan and a pair of Perfect leggings along with a rather nice Marni handbag that she assures us is just out of shot. And yes, that’s Suzie on top of Mount Wellington near Hobart, showing just how versatile the Tluxe Plaza cardigan can be. “I was in fact, above the clouds,” says Suz.

      And the results of her cultural foray? “MONA makes for a fine weekend away. The white library (pictured above) was a definite favourite. There’s something very appealing about the simplicity of it.” Yes, she may be a little biased, but we love that Suzie is living the Tluxe philosophy of simple, understated style. Go girl.