Sir Lady Eisenhover
Creative, quirky and a little crazy
A loveable original that makes Sesto quite a bit more iconic and flamboyant. We are talking about Sir Lady Eisenhover, fashion designer by trade and, yes, somehow also a philosopher. He does not care about societal conventions and can only laugh at established norms. Hubert Pfeifhofer owes his noble artist’s name to the Sesto residents themselves, who called him “Lady” thanks to his extravagant style of clothing. “Eisenhover” is a relic from his past as a trained metalworker. As a young man this likeable revolutionary lost his memory in a serious road accident and had to familiarise himself again with everything – and especially himself – from scratch. He quickly developed a soft spot for outlandish clothing, which gradually became his calling. Step by step he learned tailoring, designing and sketching. “Every person is different – and yet everyone dresses the same. I find it absurd, and something of a shame. I want to tailor clothes to people’s souls, so that they do not drown in the undertow of sameness,” says this original Sesto talent. His fashion hallmark style includes colours of the darkest black to blood red, asymmetry, unconventionality and a hint of sexiness. Everyone should see one of his fashion shows to gain their own impression. We’ll only say this much: anyone who plunges into the weird world of Sir Lady Eisenhover will need to learn to change their way of thinking.