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Andrzej Pytel the creator of House of Ezis, was invited by Queensland Art Gallery | GOMA to share his journey from architecture to fashion with a focus on formal wear. Transforming from hand-printed t-shirt design for men to made-to-measure formal gowns for women, Andrzej continues to adapt his direction to suit a niche market of individuals seeking something special that they can treasure. Throughout his career in fashion Andrzej has maintained a minimal aesthetic; fine cuts and clean lines have become the signature look for House of Ezis. The latest printed floral collection, composed of formal gowns, seperates, coats and boleros were officially launched during this memorable event.

β€˜My dream was to make art, so I decided to leave architecture and pursue fashion. Clothing seemed like a much simpler way to allow people to connect with art by wearing it. I find it fascinating how we return to where our dreams began after taking a divergent path.’ – Andrzej Pytel.

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Our current winter floral collection of formal wear and alternative bridal wear was designed for the Louis Vuitton competition held in Paris in 2015. Originally the collection of prints was developed for a range of cushions for Brisbane based Emrajo Linen. The prints were later incorporated into the formal wear and bridal wear below. The Floralizm collection was officially launched and showcased at the Queensland Art Galerry | GOMA Uplate; celebrating 30 Years of Japanese Fashion. Andrzej Pytel the designer of House of Ezis presented the capsule evening wear collection with a brief talk about the brands’ journey over the past years and it’s transition from menswear into the current womens formal wear market. If you love flowers, these beautiful prints can be reserved exclusively for your next formal occassion. Enjoy!

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Aesthetic Fixation x House of Ezis

Β Photoshoot, styling and write up by Aesthetic Fixation.

Garments by House of Ezis.