How not to look basic: The Ellery Fall 2015 Edit
The female silhouette has been taken to the next level for Fall 2015, courtesy of Kim Ellery and her flare, quite literally. Slim bodices, the obligatory fluted sleeves and 70's bootleg trousers, Ellery, taps David Bowie's far from minimalistic structures, making this collection full of rhythm, movement and cultural relevance. Focusing on 'looks that will empower female strength' the campaign, fronted by Malgosia Bela, strikes a 2015 edit on the everyday essential wear. Volumised sleeves, elongated suits, and slicker than your average white crisp shirts, Ellery, captures the raw strength of a forward thinking female of today, without any form of direction towards a line skirts or floral blouses, reinforcing the notion of 21st century modernity. This collection proves it's androgynous way's to be the ultimate guide on layering throughout the Fall/Winter season, restraining it's self from everything but boring.