Fleur Wood – luxurious, feminine and sublime
Starting her career in the fashion industry as a visual merchandiser, Australian Fleur Wood took a two-year sabbatical in her early twenties and went to live in India. She headed to the Himalayas, where she designed ranges for the culture-preservation project of the Tibetan Exile Government. Upon returning to her native Sydney and launching her eponymous label in 2001, she has been determined that all garments are ethically manufactured, no animal products are used, and donates a percentage of company profits to charities in India.
We first featured Wood back in April 2010. Since then, the brand has grown to include a book (‘Fleur Wood’s Food, Fashion, Friends is the ultimate guide to entertaining with glamour, sophistication and fun,’ says vogue.com.au) a range of homewares, and a new bridal line in addition to the clothing and accessories made from luxurious fabrics. ”Every item in our collections is a little piece of luxury,’ explains Wood. If you hurry, you can grab your own piece of luxury, including the current collection, on sale: