Ellery Resort 2015

Monday, 16 June 2014

If I ever had to pick from the heavy weights of the Australian fashion industry, I'd pick Ellery five times over.

Kym's latest Resort 2015 collection embodied everything I love about Ellery, it's simplicity, luxe and absolute sophistication. Bell sleeves marked garments of crepe, satin and organza, alongside quintessentially Ellery-style structural tunics and v-necks.

We're talking timeless classics, or in other words- regret-less purchases.

Whilst the shapes contained typical hard lines, there was an understated fluidity to the collection, with  wool being softened by its systematic draping. Pointed crepe hems were met with cropped as well as floor skirting pants, and the styling was impeccable as ever- with the models hands being dusted with the most delicate golden bangles and rings to match.

In particularly, I was in awe by her modest blue linen sleeveless shirt, which was said to be inspired by the colouring of suburban swimming pools. As far as inspirations go, linear stripes were drawn from the works of David Hockney, transformed into a bold brushstroke like print covering a selection of midi skirts and dresses.

Although true to her name, Kym Ellery allowed her simplest and most refined pieces to act as her strongest.

That cream-toned bonded crepe gets me every time. 

with love.


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