Lucy Folk is a nomadic lifestyle brand inspired by travel, art, design, and wellbeing. Exceptional craftsmanship and an eclectic aesthetic combine to transform the creative concept into wearable pieces of art. For those who seek out the unconventional, Lucy Folk has insatiable appeal.
In parallel to the experiential retail environments a bespoke jewellery service offers customers the opportunity to design timeless heirloom pieces. One-off, hand crafted jewels that are at once timeless and sophisticated, while still reflect the idiosyncratic LF creative landscape.
Lauded by fashion heavyweights including Vogue and the Business of Fashion and endorsed by culture vultures i-D and Purple, the brand has many devotees. Beyoncé, Solange, Margot Robbie, Zoe Kravitz, Elle Fanning, Suki Waterhouse, Bella Heathcote, Phoebe Tonkin, Leandra Medine (aka Man Repeller), Pernille Teisbaek, Margaret Zhang and Gia Coppola are admirers. It’s not surprising Lucy Folk’s nomadic world view has the New York Times praising the brand as a ‘stand-out’.
Garnering collaborations with world-class creatives such as Parisian collective We Do Not Work Alone, Guidi Corto Moltedo, Muhlbauer, Colette Paris, artists Luke Edward Hall, Quentin Jones and Den Holm, photographers Nacho Alegre, Michal Pudelka, Mason Poole and Pierre Toussaint, director Sophie Edelstein, interior designer Tamsin Johnson, luxury hotel Rae’s On Wategos, celebrity chefs Laila Gohar, Karen Martini and Jemima Jones and a patron of Mr & Mrs Smith Boutique Hotels, the Australian brand succeeds gracefully in cultivating a global appeal.
Occupying a universe where you can wear what you love and love how you live; Lucy Folk’s spirited optimism and sophisticated sense of ease is a joy.