About Island Luxe
Island Luxe is a concept store based in Byron Bay and Bangalow that seeks to reinterpret the concept of luxury, harnessing ideals of longevity, humility and beauty in imperfection. Presenting collections created by true artisans from all over the world that exude their skill dedication and passion for their creations. This reflects the founders inner vision and realities.
Behind The Brand
Describe the Island Luxe man…
Is conscious of the world and environment and the pieces he collects reflect this thinking.
Understands the concept of Quality and invests in the most beautiful cuts and fabrics as opposed to quantity.
Collects pieces that can take him into any place or environment.
The same way he travels off the beaten path and searches for higher experiences he understands the new form of luxury isn’t in designer brands it is about rare hand crafted artisanal pieces.
Dishevelled luxury, finds beauty in imperfection.
Creates, inspires and Treads lightly.
Understands the worth of a woman.
Do you offer a tailoring service?
Yes we have a Tailor we work with.
What advice do you have for grooms looking to shop for their wedding day and honeymoon?
Keep it simple natural tones, You don’t want to invest a lot of money in pieces you will never wear again.
You want to be comfortable as well as look your best.
Look at buying outfits that you would wear as separates in all other occasions and environments.
Buying less is better for you and the environment.
Invest in beautiful quality pieces that will take you further.
What are your most popular styles?
For Weddings definitely Transit From Italy, their tailored jackets and pants come in the most beautiful fabric blends for each season and are the most classic pieces.
Also our Linen Shirt collaboration with Jac and Jack coming in the most wearable colours and styles.
Artisanal hand made leather slides or shoes from Dimissianos and Miller.
What advice do you give to men to care for their garments?
Wash them correctly and then basically don’t care for them, live in them, don’t be precious, the more stories to tell the better. Rips, scratches, stains on a garment all tell a story for the person who wore them.