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Inspired by Egon Schiele’s expressionistic paintings, Ellery debuted voluminous silhouettes in a variety of bell-sleeves and bell-bottoms, asymmetrical coats, sharp skirts, and dresses for its fall/winter 2015 collection. Through a focus on tailoring, classics were revamped to a charismatic new level. Tuxedo pants, crisp shirts, elongated coats, and wrap column skirts were balanced with peplum jackets, shell top dresses, and slouchy trench coats.
A staunch color palette of black and white slowly faded into a paisley print in both gray and pink, which then turned into a bold red number, and finally a layered, cropped blue sweater.
A strip of fur, seen in white, red, and black, made its way into several looks, acting as a scarf, a side-sash, and an accessory. Leather gloves elongated a few arms, while one white earring worn on the left ear dropped down to below the shoulder.
Ellery mixed an assortment of suede, brocades, silk wool, appliquéd lace, and metallic fringe for a charming collection not to be missed.