Unconventional Chic by Lacoste with the model Karlie Kloss for the spring summer 2013 campaign, styling by jane How, photographed by David Sims and celebrating the 80 th anniversary of the french
brand. Here the video of the campaign making of. + on www.lacoste.com/fashion
Hailing from Perth, Western Australia, Ellery was born into a creative household. She grew up surrounded by the Art of her
Mother; a New Zealander who worked in Textiles, Print Making and Ceramics.After completing a certificate of Fashion
Design in Perth, Ellery made her way over to London to attend highly acclaimed fashion school, Central St. Martins. It was here that she completed summer school studying Fashion Illustration and
Sketchbook Building, developing the invaluable design skills she now possesses.Previously working for over 4 years at
Russh magazine as a crucial part of the creative team, Kym watched the magazine rapidly develop into one of the most cutting edge and renowned fashion titles in Australia.Kym's keen eye and avant-garde inspiration has translated both onto the pages of Russh and then into her label ELLERY creating a brand of
"The garden of earthly delights" editorial, captured by the australian
photographer Emma Summerton for Vogue China and styled by Nicoletta Santoro, with "haute couture" outfits from Dior, Valentino and co...
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