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In an Office Space That Spurs Creativity, This Women's Fashion Brand Thrives An inside look at where Eloquii's team dreams up its fashionable designs.

Entrepreneurs are passionate and driven. To succeed, they need an office space that enables that passion and creativity to thrive.

That's exactly what the founders of Eloquii were looking for when they signed a lease for their space in New York's Long Island City. Eloquii, a trend-driven fashion brand for women's clothing specializing in sizes 14 to 28, had a few requisites for their perfect office location. Foremost was a space in which they could photograph models wearing their new designs.

"We shoot three or four days every week," CEO Mariah Chase says. "We do all of our photography here."

The "totally open" office space—outfitted with small break-out rooms and a long pattern table in the middle for the company's designers—helps foster creativity and collaboration among this growing and driven team, Chase says.

For more, watch the short video above.

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