LUX all day. every day.
With Trishia Grace you’ll find original designs that are just as unique as the women who’ll wear them. The new LUX Collection is available to stores nationwide, and features classic vintage-inspired silhouettes in striking colors and patterns that are made to complement and celebrate every woman’s body. LUX pieces are soft, feminine, and flattering, making them a must-have wardrobe essential. Luxurious to the touch, this is an everyday glam collection that feels just as great as it looks. Pieces can be paired with stilettos or sneakers, worn stand alone or layered, and can easily go from day to evening year around.
Embrace the grace. Feel the LUX.
In addition to the LUX Collection, Trishia Grace offers vintage hand-dyed slips and other unique treasures at her Hollywood atelier. Personal styling for special events, and stylist collaborations are also available. For more information please contact us.
the studio experience.
Located in the heart of West Hollywood on the Sunset Strip, the TG atelier is nestled in the Larrabee Building. Like our line of vintage-inspired pieces, the studio is grounded in Hollywood charm and alive with fresh energy. Warm sunlight peeks through the windows onto the exposed brick, and highlights the brilliant colors of my collection. The garden rooftop offers an outdoor meeting place to sip a glass of bubbly and talk fashion, beauty—and perhaps even life. This is my place of creative design and inspiration, and I welcome you to the TG experience.
about Trishia Grace.
Trishia Grace is an experienced designer and businesswoman who’s turned her vision of a lifestyle brand into a reality. She has 15 years of proven industry success, and has worked in all areas of fashion. With her fresh vintage-inspired pieces that are sexy and functional, Trishia’s collection is as timeless as it is beautiful, empowering women everywhere to embrace their classic beauty.
from the blog
As a stylist so many brands are available to me and requests come in daily to use these brands for photo shoots. When putting together the Shoe Editorial, “Feature Presentation” for Palm Springs Life magazine, the focus was obviously the shoes, but the shoot also needed clothes that felt fresh, not too structured, to accompany the shoes chosen.