Elevety Men’s Spring Summer 2021 collection . The value of time. Business Casual Style
Tradition and innovation, past and present, masculine and feminine elegance: the new Eleventy collection for next Autumn Winter 2020/21 is a winning mix of all this.
Balance, coherence, innovation: the new Eleventy Fall Winter 2020 men’s collection proposes a new vocabulary, where Made in Italy communicates with the contemporary and where clothes become the main means of communication.
Warm colors, ethnic prints and attention to sustainability: Africa is the inspiration for Eleventy’s Spring Summer 2020 collection that was presented at the brunch party held during the last Milan Fashion Week.
The new Eleventy collection speaks of contrasts, where evolution and tradition, dream and reality, past and present, blend together in search of balance. Atmospheric pollution, climate change, environmental degradation: these are some of the most serious and worrying problems of our times and this is the focus of the Eleventy project, which has always focused on sustainable and intelligent innovation.
Eleventy sceglie per la collezione donna Autunno Inverno 2019/20 di reinterpretare il classico in chiave moderna, e lo fa utilizzando tessuti pregiati di alta qualità quali cashmere, alpaca, mohair, seta, lavorati dalle sapienti mani di artigiani italiani.
The New Eleventy Collection Fall Winter 2019/20 wants to be a journey, an experience and a wardrobe. The journey is the fundamental element of this collection which precisely for this reason takes the name of Traveleventy. A play on words, which recalls the fundamental theme of the New Collection.
Eleventy confirms once again its style and the beauty of its creations, but in a different location. Curious to discover it? We give you some clues. From this place you can see all of Milan and it is very elegant. This is precisely the wonderful terrace of the Lombardy Region.
The Eleventy Fall Winter 2018/19 menswear collection is inspired by the British Archives, drawing inspiration from England and Scotland in the ’70s and’ 80s, looking for a new formal concept.