Kym Ellery was born in Perth, Western Australia. After completing the Certificate of Fashion Design in Perth, she made her way to London, attending a highly acclaimed fashion school studying Fashion Illustration and Sketchbook Building and developing the invaluable design skills she now possesses
A crucial member of the creative team at Russh Magazine for over 4 years, her keen eye and avant-garde inspiration was translated both onto the pages of the magazine, then into her own label, ELLERY.
The cult film Buffalo ‘66 directed by Vincent Gallo played in the background, but
for the E L L E R Y Spring ’13 collection entitled . R E N E G A D E . it interweaves the foreground.
The film tells the tale of a social misfit who is driven by revenge and ultimately mellowed by love.
. E L L E R Y . presents a idyllic wardrobe that combines modernity with
classicism. A renaissance-esque floral is spliced with innovative rubber coated knit.
Traditional shimmer tweed is gently unraveled at the edges. Shirting pockets hang
defiantly out of hot pants and lady-like skirts rebel with a bold centre-front split.
Spring’13 is a collection of modern classics that hold the perfect balance between
innovation and timelessness; collectively, spanning time..