The ELYSEE Collection
Here is a curated collection of the dresses and styles we have in our Huddersfield boutique. If you’ve come across another design by the same designer, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our team. We can arrange to loan directly from the designer for you to try the sample or we can check if they’re available at our second boutique location in Pudsey, Leeds.
ÉLYSÉE Bridal – Designer Wedding Gowns For A Traditional Bride –
Modern Silhouettes to accentuate and contour
ÉLYSÉE BRIDAL represents Enzoani’s first entry into the mainstream bridal market. With high end appeal but a more accessible price for the modern bride. ÉLYSÉE focuses on complimenting the traditional bride. Brides will find ÉLYSÉE BRIDAL familiar and rooted in tradition, whilst pushing curves and sex appeal in an edited and acceptable way. Graphic and floral laces are layered over soft tulle and French Chantilly lace to create multidimensional figure flattering silhouettes. Other fabrics used are Crepe, mikado, lace printed organza and sparking Etincelle tulle.
Launched in he UK Autumn 2019 and Scarlet Poppy were the first to showcase the FULL collection with the exclusive launch event.
is inspired by the harmony and balance of Neoclassical art and architecture and uses modern silhouettes to accentuate the figure and contour the shape of the body. The Brand Name is derived from the Ancient Greek word “Elysium”, meaning a place or state of perfect happiness. Timeless and gorgeous, our lines are sure to amaze.
ÉLYSÉE was founded and is headquartered in Southern California.
Christopher and Mark Russell joined the company as Artistic Directors of the ÉLYSÉE division in February 2020. They are well known for their exceptional ability to create sumptuous and opulent gowns reminiscent of the golden age of European Design. Chris and Mark have over 15 years of experience at some of the world’s leading Bridal and Eveningwear houses, creating a unique and influential Design Aesthetic that has resonated with Brides around the world. They spend several months in Paris each year drawing inspiration from the city’s rich history of decorative arts and design as well as the latest trends in modern fashion.