EVR is not rushed by the rhythm of the seasons and that is why she mainly produces one collection per year. Eline van Ree wants to put a halt to overconsumption because unfortunately it is still dominating the fashion industry.

To promote slow fashion Eline van Ree works in a sustainable way. For example EVR prefers to use leftovers of the textile industry and all her prints are hand made by screen printing techniques with water based dyes.

Not only you can buy EVR’s designs but you can also loan it at different fashion libraries in European cities previous in Antwerp & Paris and soon in Copenhagen and Zürich.

Next Saturday (8th of October ) The Library in Denmark will open its doors.  EVR will be one of the 14 sustainable designers, next to Belgium and international designers like Hellen van Rees, DamurIlke Cop, Doriane van Overeem, Wintervacht and Ellen Kegels. But this place is more than a library, it is an information point about fair fashion. For all your questions concerning ethical and sustainable clothes you can go to pick info at the desk or subscribe yourself for a reading.

The Library




Future of Fashion program 2016

Eline van Ree has been selected from over 2.000 talents by Not Just a Label to showcase it’s collection at the Who’s Next Fair in Paris. You’ll find Eline van Ree in the Fame area of the biggest fashion fair in Europe with the new Twiggy collection from 2nd to 5th September 2016.

For more information, appointments or entry badges please contact us at +34 620 34 27 60 or mail to

The Future of Fashion Program.

Not Just a Label (NJAL), the world’s leading online designer platform, collaborated with WHO’S NEXT’ and PREMIERE CLASSE for the The Future of Fashion Program for the third time.