The Lurex Slip

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1920s-style slip dress in French lurex with long ties and gold-plated insect cufflinks. 

Cut from liquid lurex and inspired by a 1930s sensibility, a glossy, glistening gown ripples with drape and movement. Featuring a plunging V neckline and gathered cups, the dress reveals a diamond shape at the centre front designed to contour the body.

Holding the dress together is an intricate, Art Nouveau-inspired C.H. insignia, plated in yellow gold and anchored by colour-matched, gradient powder-coated baubles. The resulting finish is almost suspender-like, bringing an unexpected twist to the piece. The adjustable straps are cut with extra length so that they cascade loosely down the back, adding another layer of movement - they will carelessly drape as the wearer walks. Securing the straps are tiny removable insect cufflinks, finished in plated yellow gold and colour-matched gradient powder coated bodies. The final element of surprise and delight, the cufflinks can be worn to adjust the strap length or taken from the dress to add a touch of C.H. to an everyday shirt.


60% silk and 40% polyester blend from Maison Bucol, a fabric mill established in the 19th Century in France and owned by the Hermès Group.


Made in Australia

Bias-cut dress
Exaggerated fluted hemline and expansive train
Deep front V-neck
Dropped and lightly rouched bust panelling
Panelling detailing throughout
Unlined with fine French seams
Narrow double roll hem
Adjustable shoulder straps
Gold plated insignia sliders with colour matched powder-coated
components at front, and
Two different gold-plated insect cuff links
Various embroidered eyelets
Squared off low cut back
Narrow back waist ties extend from side seams
Invisible zip back closure
Thread covered hook and eye

Liquid Metal

Our lurex pieces assume the aesthetic qualities of liquid metal. Copious meters of fabric lavishly drap around the body for otherwordly movement and scale.

Our fabrics

Crafted from silk blend lurex, milled in France at from Maison Bucol, a luxury mill owned by the Hermès Group, running since the 19th Century.

Limited-edition, uxury garments designed for the common hours.