Eleni Kyriacou


Eleni Kyriacou


The design concept is central to Eleni Kyriacou's work. She aims to translate the essence of the design concept into fashion in a way that is both emotional and conceptual.

Eleni Kyriacou launched her ready to wear label in October 2011. She participated in Paris Fashion Week for three consecutive seasons, for which she received support from The UKFT. She has also participated in Athens Xclusive Designers Week and Femmina, Athens.

In 2013 Marie-Claire France described Eleni Kyriacou's work as: 'Ultra-structural whilst maintaining an apparent fluidity'. In 2014 Marie-Claire Greece highlighted Eleni Kyriacou as the most significant current ready to wear Greek designer from Cyprus.

Kyriacou studied architecture at The Bartlett, UCL and textile design at Central Saint Martin's, where she won a prize for best sustainable design. She also apprenticed for the late Alexander Mc Queen.

Her company is UK based. Her studio and production is located in Athens.