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    Tluxe Blog

    New season inspiration: vibrant red


    This autumn brighten your wardrobe with a touch of potent red. One of the statement colours of the season it’s the perfect way to lift your spirits as the days grow shorter.


    Try wearing it now as a hit of colour in our organic cotton Sandy Lane pants, or for an all out confidence booster you can never underestimate the power of a classic red dress. We love ours in a soft-to-the-touch blend of organic cotton and silk, and we’re certain you will too.


    At home with Tluxe... the humble beach shack

    With the Easter holidays nearly upon us we're dreaming of escaping to a quiet, humble beach shack surrounded by a garden of tea-trees. Despite being an urban-dwelling nation the modernist-style beach houses that populate the small towns up and down the coast are steeped in nostalgia for many Australians. As author Tim Winton writes in his book, Land's Edge, "In my memory of childhood there is always the smell of bubbling tar, of Pinke Zinke, the briny smell of the sea. It is always summer and I am on Scarborough Beach, blinded by light... There is nowhere else I'd rather be, nothing else I would prefer to be doing."




    Tluxe icon of the week



    Who: Anjelica Huston, 1970s fashion icon, Halston favourite, Oscar-winning actress and Jack Nicholson's better half during most of the '70s and '80s.

    Her look: Anjelica's super cool style in her '70s hey day favoured asymmetrical dresses in bold jewel tones, monochrome trouser suits, scarlet red lips and fine, arched eyebrows, which continue to be her signature look today.

    How to wear it now: Slip into a draped top with a cowl neckline like our silky Saffron number and team it with slim-fit pants or leggings. Pointed flats are the perfect new season touch.


    Inspire me... Art Month Sydney



    As the first days of autumn roll in we're feeling the culture today at Tluxe HQ, and what better way to spend a rainy weekend like the one we've just experienced here in Sydney, than traipsing around the art galleries for a little inspiration. This week heralds the start of Art Month, and personally we're loving the after hours gallery openings, which usually involve a cocktail or two alongside your culture. 

    This week the galleries of Paddington and Woollahra open up Thursday, March 7 as part of a series of 'Precinct Nights', followed by art spaces in Waterloo and Alexandria on Friday, March 8. We're loving Helen Mueller's hand cut woodblock prints of a melaleuca forest at the Brenda May gallery, pictured, and Caroline Rothwell's images of endangered Australian animals made from the black carbon residue collected from exhaust pipes.