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BRIDAL by House of Ezis

Made-to-Measure Bridal Collection for the alternative bride. Reserve Appointment.

Lee Maxi

Lee Maxi

The lee maxi focuses on a simple silhouette which produces a flattering fit. Sweet-heart bodice with spaghetti strings makes this wedding gown an easy wear relaxed look for a young bride to be. The gown is constructed from stretch lace embroidered in a tropical floral design. This wedding dress is double-lined in heavy jersey for a snug, forgiving, flattering fit. Featuring an open back design, this wedding gown is exclusively made to measure in-house and can be constructed from several different versions of lace.

Conjure Gown (detail)

Conjure Gown (detail)

This interchangeable 2-piece wedding gown features a continuous seam design which transforms from a form fitting bodice and becomes an A-line from the waist down. Constructed from interfaced bridal satin for fullness and body, this gown sculpts to the body, providing support through the bust. Bodice boning is inserted into the design and foam cups can also be built in for further fullness. The second piece made form thin veil tulle featuring hand-made tulle flowers can be styled in two ways: firstly for the ceremony the tulle can be worn as a veil and then it can be lowered and clipped into the top band bodice as seen in the photograph.

Manifest Maxi

Manifest Maxi

Cut as a high-neck mermaid for a more covered bridal front look. Neck ties hold the gown up whilst Kriss-crossing through the back and tying for an adjustable fit. This wedding dress is perfect for Queensland brides looking for a hot, young wedding look whilst feeling comfortable and not wanting a typical bridal gown. The mermaid dress is cleverly designed to sit as a straight skirt through the front to allow for easy walking and the focus of the volume is to the back. Small side cut-outs frame the waist and can be altered to create more cover through to the back. Simple, bridal elegance.

Conjure Gown

Conjure Gown

Embrace Maxi

Embrace Maxi

Stretch lace wedding gown in sweetheart strapless design. Fully boned for support and bust shaping. The skirt has equal fullness all around through the hem for a fuller mermaid effect. This beautiful wedding dress offers a classic look with comfort in mind.

Wow Gown

Wow Gown

This avant-garde gown is a sure stand-out for the alternative bride. Beautifully tailored through the bodice with a princess style off-the-shoulder strap executed in a unique way. This wedding gown combines interfaced satin with foam bonded skirt for extra fullness. Careful pleating and tailoring in the right areas makes this a flattering wedding option for the wow factor. It can be safely concluded that the Brisbane fashion scene has not seen anything of this caliber and superb craftsmanship. Wow!

Tension Maxi

Tension Maxi

Looking for something with a twist, then book an appointment with us here in Fortitude Valley Bridal and formal precinct to try on this gorgeous gown. Available for order in 56 colours, this unique mermaid gown can suit formal occasions as well brides looking for an alternative summery Brisbane bride look. This design gets us all twisted here in the design studio when we have to make an order for our clients but the result is always stunning and worth the in house couture-confusion. What a great wedding dress idea, they will think you stepped right of the New York runway.

Crusader Gown

Crusader Gown

Panic Dress

Panic Dress

Recognize Gown

Recognize Gown

Recognize Gown

Recognize Gown

Ascention Gown

Ascention Gown

Eternal Gown (2-piece)

Eternal Gown (2-piece)

Aryan Gown

Aryan Gown

Aryan Gown

Aryan Gown

On-Point Bodice & Cigarette Skirt

On-Point Bodice & Cigarette Skirt

House of Ezis is tirelessly developing a unique Brisbane Wedding Dress destination. Our unique point of difference is our continuous knowledge exchange between formal and bridal styles blurring the boundaries of special event wear. Sophisticated tailoring, immaculate finishing and the finest fibres sourced from all over the planet climax in unique gowns for special occasions. All alterations and changes in our wedding dresses and formal gowns are executed during our first try-on after the order is placed which means no more driving and less stress. House of Ezis, the one stop shop for tailored gown perfection.

Sustainable is not a spectacle

Spectacle is about show and tell, whilst the act of becoming sustainable can happen in the privacy of your own backyard. Start with a compost heap, some home grown herbs and plenty of tender love and care.

Living in the age of social media, where substance has lost its worth in favour of fast, superficial, smooth, fake, exaggerated imagery, we have to be careful when we hear brands promoting themselves as ecologically sustainable. Are these statements true? Why are these brands still doing promotional SALES then? Why are they mass-producing? Why are they making ‘many’ of the ‘same’ thing for everyone, as if everyone is the same? Why are they referring to the materials they are using as ecologically sustainable without truly understanding or explaining to the consumer the ecological footprint that their ‘sustainable’ fabrics are making on the planet?

From a sceptics’ point of view; being sustainable is just another shallow buzzword of the moment. Think about all the stories we hear: one-day soy milk is great for you and then the next day it clogs your liver and you must stop drinking it. Even beer these days apparently has great benefits for the liver. Don’t just stand there and listen to the stories advertising campaigns feed you with a few fancy words, it’s all a big marketing strategy trying to put a tick next to the brand to ‘get’ some attention, be it from the government, industry or the media. Stand alone and see the difference for yourself, don’t be under the influence of what you see and hear.

At House of Ezis we don’t promote ourselves as sustainable, but if you actually break down the service that we offer, we are the most sustainable fashion label and retail situation that you can find anywhere. Every individual formal and bridal gown ‘order’ we complete is based on our specific clients’ requirement. It is this form of tailoring that results in ‘no waste’. Even our off-cuts serve a purpose: the larger pieces are put aside for smaller sections of future orders and smaller off-cut pieces are salvaged by our seamstresses to make garments for themselves and their own clients. We don’t have spare fabric or dresses sitting around waiting for a big end of year sale so that we can create space for more new things to quickly sell more. We only make what is actually ordered by our clients.

Selling quickly and making more space for new things is what I hear from particular boutique owners on Brisbane streets referred to as ‘milking it’. Milking a consumer to buy ‘more for less’ is disgusting as it takes out the quality of the thing you are buying in favour or the quantity. Another example of this is ‘Buy 2 and get 20% of the 3rd’, the point here is that you are buying to have more, believing that you’ve saved money but really you’ve actually spent more. This method is old and it lacks ‘care’. We must slow down, it’s hurting the entire industry, this mad rush without consideration of what really matters takes us away reflecting on our choices and meaningful experiences.

At House of Ezis, we prefer to turn down a sale if we feel that a genuine connection has not happened. We encourage our clientele to slow down and have a good look at what we do, ‘STOP SHOPPING’ and come closer to the act of choosing something that you really connect with. Forget about running to the ‘next’ boutique as you will only see more of the same thing as most boutiques carry the same brands and the only way they stay on the market is by under-cutting one another and reducing their prices to be the most competitive. How is that sustainable?

We choose to postpone and extend the experience to the point where we would prefer that you take our business card, go to the comfort of your home and view our collections at peace. If afterwards you still feel the urge to visit us and make an appointment, it is a conscious choice that you are making without being rushed. We care about the choice you make and we understand that it’s an important decision and it takes time. Allocated time to meet during our appointments allow us to have shared, focused, dedicated time together that we have both chosen and committed to. This is sustainable.

Formal Wear & Bridal Couture

House of Ezis formal wear in Brisbane is excited to announce that we are working on a collection of Bridal Couture gowns for alternative weddings which we will officially launch in early 2016. The decision to expand into the Bridal Wear market is due to a growing demand for our evening wear and formal dresses being ordered for weddings and bridal occasions. We feel that we can bring a unique edge to traditional Bridal Wear and Weddings in Queensland due to our fine cuts and modern takes on classical shapes for formal and evening wear. Keep an eye on this space as House of Ezis Bridal Couture is going to be next level extravagance.

FORMAL WEAR ON THE EDGE

This collaborative photo shoot captures our Summer Formal wear collection, featuring techno stretch fabrics. The scene is set on a rooftop in the heart of Brisbane overlooking the cityscape, softly lit by our beautiful city’s sunset. The collection features a range of timeless, finely balanced designs constructed for a tailored, body-con fit. The series explores 2-piece formal dress options, giving you the freedom to mix and match different tops and bottoms to increase the wear of your House of Ezis garments. All the featured garments are made to measure and tailored to your requirements, available in a diverse range of colours and tones available for viewing in our Brisbane based boutique located in Fortitude Valley.

Photography: Michael Vanarey
Hair: Dimitri Fronis
Make-up: Danielle Pedrina

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ALTERNATIVE EVENING WEAR

House of Ezis specializes in designing evening wear tailored to the current mood with reference to a classical silhouette. We offer a diverse selection of formal dresses and formal gowns for evening occasions, ranging from formal to bridal and red carpet events. Our collection is comprised of body-con, stretchy styles through to avant-garde, structured, custom made formal attire. If you are looking for innovative formal solutions, suited to a contemporary, youthful spirit then House of Ezis in Brisbane offers a unique alternative. All our gowns are individually made to measure in a selection of over 100 colors, including a complete alteration with each finely crafted piece.

Hair: Dimitri Fronis
Make-up: Desiree Vogelsang

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THE FUTURE BEAUTY OF FORMAL WEAR

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.

‘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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BRIDAL WEAR FLORALIZED

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

 Photoshoot, styling and write up by Aesthetic Fixation.

Garments by House of Ezis.

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