New Basics

If you are looking for some good everyday basics to round out your fall wardrobes, look no further.  Fluxus is here!  Fluxus, designed by Jeffrey Sebelia (Project Runway, season 3), is a great line of affordable knitwear that swings from the everyday to the avant garde.  Most items retail well under $100 and use great fabrics like silk modal and cotton jersey.  Soft and fluid there is a great design quotient to these everyday pieces!  See what they say about themselves below and come try on these uber versatile garments you’ll reach for again and again.

modal sweater racerback tank

“Inspired by the mid-century art movement and Los Angeles inner-city culture, FLuXuS breaks away from tradition and encourages the advancement of self-expression through fashion. FLuXuS has embodied art in every garment created since 2007; incorporating simple but tactile materials such as jersey cotton, tri-blend and the signature hand of the burnout in avant-garde shapes and cuts for men and women.”

silk modal v-neck sweater

“FLuXuS does not believe in outsourcing. Everything in our Los Angeles infrastructure is vertically integrated, from conceptualization and manufacturing to retail. FLuXuS is committed to helping and working with local communities as well as facilitating social progress in the workplace to create a revolution in the apparel industry.”

drape neck modal elbow length sweater

“FLuXuS, from a Latin etymological root meaning flow, describes a movement with origins in futurist performance that blurs the lines between all artistic genres. Influenced by the work of John Cage and Marcel Duchamp, the Fluxus group, which includes Yoko Ono, Beck and Ben, shifted the emphasis from what an artist makes to the artist’s personality, actions and opinions.”

lean cotton v-neck t-shirt

“Blending and connecting all aspects of art and life, intermingling different philosophies and cultures This is what FLuXuS represents.”

There is life, there is art and in between is fashion.

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