Bridal Veils

Bridal Veils are typically draped over objects of significance to obscure – historically used to cover the face or head. The practice of veiling sacred objects is most commonly reserved for women, although in some cultures the reverse is common, where it is the...
CUSTOM-MADE BRIDAL & FORMAL GOWNS

CUSTOM-MADE BRIDAL & FORMAL GOWNS

House of Ezis custom-made service is founded upon 160+ styles which can be viewed, felt and tried on in our Brisbane based designer studio and showroom. The custom-made service is open-ended: offering elements from different styles to be inter-changed, mixed and made...

Structured Dress Making

Our unique, structured dress making studies, explore the limitations and opportunities of tulle as a structural material. Tulle has traditionally been used as an under garment material to achieve volume in skirts. Feature materials were then typically thrown over,...

Wedding Dress

This straight skirted wedding dress is constructed from interfaced duchess satin. The strapless bodice is kept clean, focusing the attention of this gown to the skirt, where layer upon layer of tulle ruching bring interest to this unique wedding dress. Each section of...
The Evolution of Wedding Dresses

The Evolution of Wedding Dresses

Status Symbols in Eastern and Western Culture In Western culture, white wedding dresses gained popularity since Queen Victoria was married in white in the 19th century. In contrast, Eastern culture chooses Red as the preferred colour for their wedding dress attire....
Fashion & Film

Fashion & Film

Whilst we write this blog, our soon to be released exploration of fashion & film is being edited by Paul Christey Photographer. The video will showcase 3 gowns in transformation. Although represented in 3 colors, the styles can be reproduced in any colour...