Hugo Boss Helepia Dress

$149.00 AUD

Brand EKOLUV

In an uplifting green hue, The Helepia Dress made from our signature crepe-bonded fabrication has been designed to be playful yet sophisticated with its detailing and flounce hem.

Fabric Composition: 97% Polyester, 3% Elastane

Our model is 179cm tall and wears an Australian size 8. 
Dryclean only code F with protective bag.
Always check the garment care label for specific care instructions.

Size: 32 equivalent to size 6 AU. Fits sizes 4-6 AU.

RRP: $599

4 Day Hire: $149
8 Day Hire $199

+ Bond $50 ( Held on your credit card - Returned to you after dress is received in the condition it was given)

After you have booked your hire please kindly fill in the EKOLUV Rental Agreement Form here to secure your booking.

About the designer

HUGO BOSS is one of the market leaders in the upper premium segment of the global apparel market. It focuses on developing and marketing of premium fashion and accessories for men and women. 

For many years, HUGO BOSS has been engaged in the fields of sport and the arts. Within the former, it taps premium sports such as golf, sailing, soccer and motorsports to convey the brand values of success, precision, innovation and sustainability. Most recently, it has added an agreement with the exclusively electric Formula E series, which has chosen HUGO BOSS as its first Global Apparel Partner.

HUGO BOSS also views support for contemporary art, with its affinity to fashion, as a key element of its social commitment. To this end, the Group works with selected art and design institutions and confers two major awards in conjunction with internationally renowned art institutions. Launched in 1996, the cooperation with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation marks a milestone in the Group’s art engagement. Together with the Foundation, it presents the globally acclaimed HUGO BOSS PRIZE every two years. This accolade is companioned by the HUGO BOSS ASIA ART Award, which, established in 2013 in conjunction with the Rockbund Art Museum in Shanghai, honors up-and-coming contemporary artists from China and Southeast Asia.