About Us

Who We Are

ashley ellis

CLOUD & VICTORY is a ballet-inspired dancewear and clothing brand.

Cloud & Victory (www.cloudandvictory.com) is a Singapore-based brand that makes ethically-produced clothing for dancers and dance-lovers alike. C&V is owned by Min, a law and political science graduate who has a passion for ballet and a love of pizza.

Cloud & Victory has won over many dancers with it’s signature brand of witty, dreamy clothing that dancers from beginners to professionals can relate to. C&V clothing has been seen on professional ballet dancers around the world from the Mariinsky Ballet in St Petersburg to the Met in NYC.

Cloud & Victory has enjoyed collaborating various dancers such as Miko Fogarty, Joy Womack, Mathilde Froustey for its various campaigns and masterclasses.

The Cloud & Victory masterclasses were conceived by Min as a way of giving back to and enriching the local ballet community, by providing dancers here a chance to learn from some of the best ballet dancers in the world in an intimate environment.

Ashley Ellis is a principal dancer with the Boston Ballet.

Ellis began her professional career by dancing with American Ballet Theatre’s Studio Company which led her to join the American Ballet Theatre. In 2007, Ellis joined the newly founded Corella Ballet de Espana as a soloist under the direction of Angel Corella.

After joining the Boston Ballet as a second soloist in 2011, Ashley was promoted to soloist in 2012, and assumed the rank of principal the following year in 2013. Through guest appearances and touring with the mentioned companies Ms. Ellis has had the privilege of dancing in theaters all around the world. In 1999, Ellis won the first prize at the Los Angeles Music Center Spotlight Award, and went on to become the recipient of the ABT Coca Cola scholarship award in 2000 and 2001.

Ms. Ellis’ principal repertoire includes Sir Frederick Ashton’s Cinderella, The Sleeping Beauty, Les Rendezvous, The Dream; Mikko Nissinen’s The Nutcracker, and Swan Lake; Natalia Makarova’s La Bayadere; John Cranko’s Onegin; Val Caniparoli’s Lady of the Camellias;  Yuri Possokhov’s The Firebird; Ivan Liska’s Le Corsaire; George Balanchine’s Coppelia, Theme and Variations, Symphony in C, Serenade, Allegro Brilliante, Divertimento No.15, Episodes, Who Cares?, Tchaikovsky Pas de Deux; August Bournonville’s Napoli; Leonid Jacobson’s Pas De Quatre; Leonide Massine’s Gaîté Parisienne; Twyla Tharp’s In the Upper Room; Christopher Wheeldon’s VIII, DGV, Polyphonia and numerous others.