Swimwear guru Tash Oakley misses out on $15m Bellevue Hill mansion

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Socials at Winning Time event for Foxtel/Binge. Pictured is Tash Oakley. Picture: David Swift


Monday Swimwear founder Tash Oakley and her mortgage broker fiance Theo Chambers were spotted at a midweek luxury Bellevue Hill auction, but they missed out.

The home fetched $14.8 million, with the six-bedroom, six-bathroom Fairweather St residence reportedly selling instead to online greeting card entrepreneur Richard Hewitt, co-founder at TCN The Card Network.

The couple currently reside in an 1890s Paddington terrace that cost Chambers $5.4 million in 2017.

Monday Swimwear CEO Natasha Oakley and her husband, Theo Chambers, were spotted at a Bellevue Hill auction on Fairweather Street, Bellevue Hill.


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Oakley became engaged to her boyfriend of three years, the son of Chambers Cellars founder Steven Chambers, in July in Capri, Italy.

The Sunday Telegraph included the entrepreneurial pair in the 2021 Most Intriguing couples list.

Oakley co-founded Monday Swimwear with friend and fellow model Devin Brugman after the success of their blog A Bikini A Day, which they launched back in 2012.

The home sold for $14.8m.




Monday Swimwear turned over $40 million in the 2021-22 financial year.

Oakley, who boasts three million Instagram followers, is also in business with the founder of The Pilates Class, Jacqui Kingswell, with its offering of at-home programs soaring in popularity during the pandemic.

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