Sharing aesthetic inheritances from deconstruction inspired statement pieces created by the Antwerp six in the early 90’s, HELIOT EMIL becomes the newest addition of streetwear meet industrial futurist architectural style, to emerge in the fashion sphere. Brands such as Alyx, A- Cold-Wall and Damir Doma, focus on garment deconstruction and innovative silhouettes, and HELIOT EMIL is no different.
Having looks that sport Gantz like body suits pared with elegant, asymmetrical half jackets and bag-vest hybrids, HELIOT EMIL is positioned as delectable contender in the newest rave genre of future industrial vogue. Being created by brothers Julius Juul and Victor Juul from Copenhagen, they share a keen eye for shape, essentiality and craftsmanship. Their pieces built from globally selected special materials are produced in Italy, France and Portugal, whereas many of their accessories contain Japanese manufacture.