Ellen Eisemann

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Ellen Eisemann

Ellen Eisemann dresses for the Audrey Hepburns of our time

The film Breakfast at Tiffany's showcases a famous little black dress – an image defined by a graceful figure and 7/8 hemline. This garment has become a trademark that immediately conjures up the memory of Audrey Hepburn, a woman who was worshipped in the 50s and 60s, regarded as a fashion icon and recognised as an influential personality. 

Classic feminine designs for the fashion icons of our time

Similarly, the outstanding success of Ellen Eisemann is owed to its influences from classic music, femininity and elegance. The striking collections are suitable for all occasions, and draw their inspiration from the most recognisable and highly acclaimed female designs from previous years. The Berlin-based designer dresses are characterised by elegant prints and clean cuts, and aim to be unobtrusive while still underlined with playful details. Peppy dresses with petticoats draw from 50s nostalgia, utilising waterfall cut outs and timeless Plissee Kleid designs, which are accentuated by modern, colourful prints on daring new shapes.

In the Ellen Eisemann Collections, A great emphasis is placed on high quality, with only the best materials being used to craft these elegant masterpieces. Every garment meets the highest expectations, with rich fabrics such as cashmere, pure new wool, silk, flowing jersey and cotton batiste. The designs are crafted for vibrant, self-confident women, who enjoy fashion with a designer flair, and who celebrate their femininity while remaining discreet.

Available in boutiques of fashion capitals of the world 

After working for well-known brands such as Daniel Hechter, Dana Buchman, Liz Claiborne and Kapalua, in Hamburg, New York and Paris, Ellen Eisemann founded her own label in 2005. The successful collections created by the Ellen Eisemann brand are available in selected fashion boutiques in the UK, Germany, Norway and Denmark. Two outlets are available, one in Berlin’s Hackescher Markt, and another in Covent Garden, London – two significant fashion capitals of the world.