House of Elan

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House of Elan
Private limited company
Founded1684; 337 years ago (1684)
FounderPatrice-Joan Renard d'Elan
Key people
Marc Ulard (CEO)
Celestine Perraudin (Chairman)
Revenue$2.692 billion (2027)
$263.5 million (2027)
$193.6 million (2027)
Total assets$1.798 million (2027)
Total equity$887.6 million (2027)
Number of employees
13,798 (2027)

Is a high fashion house based in Castelmarsal, Burgundie. They are well renowned for their designer fashion as well as their government uniforms. They are the sole proprietor of dress uniforms to the Burgundian Security Forces and have the distinction of providing uniforms to various other agencies and departments in Burgundie and beyond.

Their clientele includes:


Great War projects

Project Valhalla

Concept program to make Burg Paras more deadlier at night. 1942-1954 Sintalian silk jumpsuits, Rexfort De’Montangel to legislature “$1000 shirts but muh suberterfuge” calf-skin jump boots. Radium painted night sights, watches, and thread for the Burgundian saltire. Scapula cancer goes up. Myth that Burg paras do more damage through latent radiation then combat. This is why there isn’t a nuclear weapons program in Burgundie. Invested millions in rip-stop silk.

House Of Elan

House of Elan is the brand of runway fashion created by the house and is synonymous with luxury and excess.

Rugby d'Elan

A Gaelic-Burgundian family demonstrating typical "rugby style" dress.

Rugby d'Elan is the house's retail brand of apparel, home, accessories, and fragrances which is synonymous with Rugby-fashion in Burgundie.


Rugby d’Elan started in 1976 based on an advertising pitch by Caphirian firm looking to capitalize on the disruptive The Great Tumult. The House of Elan brand was decidedly “establishment” and the new brand was meant to be “shabby chic” and appeal to a rebellious youth who still sought their parents approval. The new line was slow to catch on but by 1981 had hit its stride. Finding its audience it become the most pervasive high end retail apparel in Burgundie. Following warmer relations the brand opened in the Kiraviaian, Kistani, Fiannriai, and Urcean markets in the 1990s. In the early 2000s the brand jumped to Caphiria by way of Burgundian expats in Malta. It was eventually pulled in the 2004 Burgundian recession, but it’s assets were bought and a permutation is still sold there as NorthSeaThreads.

2031 Season

After the first game of the 2031 Community Cup, the Monteangeline team was observed to sport a clever looking trainer. The shoes were a viral sensation on social media and a number of companies scrambled to bring a version of their own to market. Elfiebeth Sourel-Cardbœuf, the lead footwear designer, noticed the growing storm of interest on social media. Xe immediately set xer team about designing a runway version of the shoe. The gum was to be fair trade, organic, and hand tapped in the deep rubber forests of Puhkgundi, welted to sueded chamois uppers sustainably sourced from wild chamois goats in upper Hoheseen, Flordeterra. These runway models were debuted at the House’s Summer/Fall Fashion Reveal at Adenborough Fashion Week on March 23rd. A “common market” variant was designed for the Rugby d’Elan line with a synthetic gum sole, glued to a sueded calfskin upper, retailing at $215. Not being an athletic shoe, care was taken to add a thin layer of breathable foam to the sole to make it even more comfortable. The shoe marketed as the MAT (Monteangeline Trainer), comes in a variety of earth tones and pastels, to match the existing Rugby d’Elan pallet. A special run of shoes was manufactured with appliqué themes typical to the Rugby-fashion aesthetic (eg whales, lobsters, crossed sporting equipment).

Command by Elan

Command by Elan is the governmental and service uniform brand of House of Elan. While maintaining the high sewing quality of the other brands, the bulk pricing structure allows for their uniform brand to be competitively priced. The House of Elan is credited with designing a number of iconic elements of various agencies and countries military kits. In the 19th and early 20th century, the House was run by a milliner and developed a number of headgear designs that persisted into the early 21st century.

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