Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Tell A Story - Euangelia

Fashion weeks' news caught up with me and my TaS reports had to be interrupted. Designers' work though doesn't stop once an exhibition is over. Here's what Euangelia is up to:
Apart from her being so imposing in her full bum dresses, she always incorporates great details in her designs whether that's a tight knot, a puffy sleeve or an unusual slash-cut. She always has my attention, but this time I had to ask:

Do you follow fashion trends at all?
Not at all. My work is timeless and for those who feel like wearing something different to the uniform shapes suggested each season. Special doesn't always mean 'special occassion', although I have many orders of this nature too.
What's with the big bum?
I love Renaissance figures, voluptuous and rounded. Clothing in that era was an obvious extention of the personality and today these shapes can be considered as classics. Obviously, I feel comfortable wearing a big bum and contrary to any worries that it makes a naturally big bum look even bigger, it actually camouflages it. However, this effect is achieved by an added tutu-like skirt which comes seperately. They can be worn like any other regular dress without it.

In these beautiful shapes you could be making some seriously avant-garde wedding dresses. Have you considered it?
Well somebody has! I have some orders at the moment and I tell you, these brides are going to be too cool.
What's new with you otherwise?
I am soon moving to a bigger atelier with fellow designers Ioli & Mirella. We are staying in the area of Psurri though, we all like it there.

Euangelia's dresses are unique. No, seriously, each piece is made only once and the proud owner is the sole owner. Too good? It's true. And the prices are even better!

6 comments:

Clemmie said...

We love Euangelia...

lopi said...

Wow, I didn't know the tutu underneath was optional! That's really versatile in case someone loves those dresses (hard nt to) but just decides that today just isn't gonna be a bum-flaunting day.
I'd love to know what their prices are and where one can buy...

Alecca Rox said...

Euangelia's dresses retail between 100 - 200 euros, for contact details see bottom of this:

http://aleccarox.blogspot.com/2009/03/euangelia-tellastory.html

planning on getting one soon too;)

not a girl not yet a woman! said...

I ll visit the atelier asap!

lopi said...

Those are really reasonable prices for such elaborately made dresses. Now comtemplating one for myself too...

RenaTsan said...

I love the puffy dresses...gorgeous!!