An interpretation of Victorian clothes and color schemes tweaked for modern aesthetics is the core of what Eyola contributes to the fashion sphere.
Her collections are limited edition “Octettes”, eight designs each standing on its own as an individually crafted piece rather than part of the bigger collective which is how most designers choose to work.
What is really captivating for me is the way her clothes are photographed, for a designer it is always important to create a lookbook that best represents her/his particular vision of a collection as well as the identity of the brand and what it stands for.
Several things come to mind when watching her images, like medieval hairstyles on the second and more luxe set of pictures (that have nothing to do with Victoriana…maybe the idea was to represent the elaborate hats but to me they are closer to something worn by a middles ages heroine) but rather than analyzing the images I find it better to enjoy them as a whole, they look like they belong on a fashion magazine editorial rather than a tool the brand sends out to buyers, press and the rest.
Images tnx to Eyola