The Eloo fashion brand has been known from the very beginning for its feminine, elegant and environmentally sustainable creations, and this time it presents a winter, timeless and very wearable collection, called “Around the clock” inspired by the eighties and nineties.
Using only high quality natural and recycled materials emphasizing the importance of environmental awareness through fashion, in the new collection designer Ivana Ravlić for the first time presents basic T-shirts available in four colors: black, pink, blue and olive green, specifically accentuated shoulders, giving a special touch to such a simple a piece of clothing.
The fluttery, seductive Delilah dress is certainly one of the most effective pieces of clothing in this collection and a winning combination for party gatherings, and the dresses that emphasize the feminine figure and follow the body line, Gigi and Monique just like the basic pieces, are made of ECONYL® fabric. made entirely from collected waste from the ocean and landfills, such as industrial plastics, fabric scraps from garment factories, discarded fishing nets, old carpet fibers, etc. The use of ECONYL® fabric reduces the impact compared to standard synthetic fabric production to global warming caused by standard type of production by as much as 80%. Recycling is done only by temperature and steam, without the use of chemicals.
The Valerie blouse, which comes in black and white, and is made in a combination of the finest Crepe de chine silk and organdy silk fabric, combined with Levon pants is an unmistakable fashion combination, and the oversized Rio jacket is a must have piece this season.
Since winter collections are inconceivable without a coat, Eloo has prepared three models that exude the spirit of the eighties, and are made of the finest materials, so the Sheila model comes in the finest alpaca, the Vindy model in black through a game using different fabric structures. Eileen woolen coat in a beautiful mustard yellow color.
Photo: Šime Eškinja
Model: Elena Dizdar
MUA & hairstyle: Danijela Pavlek