About Us

Who We Are

-Patricia Zhou


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.

Patricia Zhou is an artist with L.A Dance Project, and a former artist with the Royal Ballet and Staatsballett Berlin.

She is a Prix de Lausanne prizewinner, 1st place winner at the Youth American Grand Prix (classical) where she also won 2nd place in the contemporary category. She was a silver medallist at the Beijing International Ballet Invitational.

Considered a ballet prodigy, Patricia started formal classical dance training at the age of 13, and shortly after earned a full scholarship to dance at the prestigious Kirov Academy of Ballet, where she was schooled in the Vaganova technique and received the President’s Award upon graduation for her excellence in dance and academics.

Various career highlights include performing as a guest principal at the Stars of Russian Ballet gala, performing as a featured guest artist on Dancing with the Stars, dancing the lead in the premiere of Nacho Duato’s Herrumbe and soloist parts in Don Quixote (Queen of the Dryads), Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty and other classical ballets while with Staatsballett. In In 2017 she was named as one of Pointe Magazine’s ‘Stars of the Corps’.

Patricia joined L.A. Dance Project in 2017.