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July 24, 2012

ELLERY SPRING 2012 LOOKBOOK

I'm back! I am so sorry about my inexcusable absence of late from Oh My Gilded - I've been pretty busy (which is a good thing!) recently! The main reason for my slackness, I scored an internship at one of my daily reads, Breakfast With Audrey! Ridiculously exciting! I am loving working there, my boss is so lovely and it's just so great getting experience with a company that you admire and are so passionate about. The internship has been keeping me busy and it's also been really hard for me to find the inspiration for blog post ideas. I've been writing some articles for BWA and I think that's sort of my sole focus for creative input and it's so hard for me to find content for the blog on top of that. But I'm back and I'm going to try harder to make the time to sit down and write on here!

Trust snaps from a brand new Ellery lookbook to inspire me and get me blogging again! When I first saw the lookbook for the new Spring 2012 collection, 'The Silent Years', I squealed. As some of you may know, Ellery is pretty much my all-time favourite luxury label and I die for Kym Ellery's designs. The range features subtle bling accents, divine metallics, dark yet feminine floral patterns as featured on the nail wraps from the label's collaboration with Nail Rock, deliciously buttery leather, perfect neutrals - all in the most amazing cuts, of course! There are definitely elements of Bianca Jagger in the 70's with her structured, crisp, slightly androgynous style of dressing.
  















source: oystermag

6 comments:

  1. in complete love with this collection. and every ellery collection for that matter. she is a creative genius, for sure. x.

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    1. Yes Kym is just too amazing! She blows me away with each collection!

      Emily x

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  2. Always an amazing collection from Ellery.

    www.loverushh.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi lovely! Too true, she gets it right every time!

      Emily x

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  3. There's a very interesting use of texture in this season. I can't wait to see these pieces up close.

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    1. Definitely! Kym does love a bit of jacquard - as seen in her previous collections - but loving the uses of wools and those patterned metals!

      Emily xx

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