I’m excited to meet you all after the strange Time of Isolation we’ve all had to endure, it has been tough but I am so grateful as a Polish-Australian to be in the position we are here down-under. The slow period has been a blessing in disguise for me, the solitude has reminded me about what really matters the most to me – I enjoy sharing my time with you and my team of makers, showing you our collection, talking fashion, playing with proportion and form, and in general sharing over 20 years of my design knowledge with you while we design and make the most wonderful gown of your dreams.

Every day, when I enter the House of Ezis atelier I know my purpose with intense clarity – it is to serve you creatively and together with you to find the perfect design that suits your wildest desires and brings joy to your life on the most profound day of your life, the day of becoming, celebrating and uniting with your soul mate.

I love working with fabric to see what it reveals and the shapes that we can discover during our meeting. The myriad shapes excite me, making me feel alive when I place them on you and every new design that is born is a gift from an eternal creative well. The dresses come to life as they effortlessly drape, blouse and synch in all the right places as you move in wonder. It is this moment that I thrive on when you connect with a beautiful design that resonates with you, with my team of assistants and me, it is the sharing of the joy during this moment that makes my role in the creative design process worth living for, bringing purpose to my life.

I am very grateful that we can co-create a work of craftsmanship which is genuinely meaningful for you and memorable for years to come. I am fulfilled when I see you depart our atelier with your meticulously hand-crafted gown, a great big smile on your face, knowing that I have connected with you, performed to my greatest ability and delivered perfection.

I also love seeing photos of your wedding and the way she compliments your vision, it’s always a great surprise to see where you take her on your journey to your favourite destination. It means the world to me to have the gift and ability to serve you and I thank the universe for guiding me to each and every one of you. I look forward to meeting you and to see the magic that we can co-create!

ANDRZEJ PYTEL
Founder & Designer

ARCHITECTURE OF CLOTHING

House of Ezis is recognised for it’s classical couture, radical design, and intricate tailoring for the modern bride. Founded in 2009, Andrzej had a vision to create a clothing line underpinned by his training in architecture, introducing a new vocabulary into the landscape of Australian luxury womenswear.

Andrzej commenced his formal design training in Architecture in 1996 and gradually transferred this knowledge into Fashion Design. His interest in the human condition through an appreciation for philosophy and design process, has informed the brand that we know today.

The brand was originally called ‘SIZE’ when Andrzej launched a menswear collection. The collection expanded to include womenswear and ultimately the brand evolved into evening wear and bridal – ‘SIZE’ was reverse engineered into ‘EZIS’ and the female form took centre stage.

HOUSE OF EZIS gowns are individually made-to-measure in our atelier located in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane. The atelier houses over 150 designs which can be tried on and customised by private appointment.

HIGHLIGHTS

– Selection for Venice International Architecture Biennale 2012 – Australian Pavilion;
– Distribution through Japans’ largest department store SEIBU;
– Showcase at Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion @ Queensland Art Gallery | GOMA.

Andrzej collaborates closely with international celebrities, musicians and sportspeople including: Australian swimming champion & multiple-gold winner and world record holder Cate Campbell; TV News host and Chanel10 Bachelorette –  Georgia Love; Sophie Vavasseur (Vikings TV Series); Liz Cantor (7 News) and Georgina McHill (Channel 9 News); Andy Cato from GROOVE ARMADA – Glastonbury Music Festival; DJ Steve Aoki from DimMakRecords; and Saint Saviour.