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Cybelle Elena is the artists’ artist, bringing her creativity and passion to a holistic set of creative endeavors that transcends mediums. Drawing on decades of immersion in music and art that began as a child of Seattle’s 90s grunge scene and is currently immersed in the glitter and glamour of Nashville, the musician, couturier and visual artist knows how to translate and elevate the best of culture and all of its sights, sounds, tastes, textures and mystique, with unmatched flair and execution.


With a soul of an artist and a head for organization and follow-through, Cybelle Elena has become a sought-after speaker, trusted collaborator and valued consultant for a wide variety of artists and artist-catering organizations. Her work has encompassed speaking on industry panels, including at Nashville’s Design Week, collaborating with multiple vintage stores, organizing festivals and acting as Co-founder, Art Director and fashion columnist for the Honkytonk Badonkadonk Zine. And, of course, dressing musician Missy Raines in a one-of-a-kind custom fashion for the Grammys.

Cybelle Elena’s fashions have been worn by Elizabeth Cook, Jeannie Seely, Molly Tuttle, Erin Rae, Sierra Ferrel, Cristina Vane, Hannah Bethel and Ruby Boots, among others, and have graced venues and stages including the Americana Music Association awards, CMA awards, International bluegrass awards, Canadian folk awards, Ryman, Grand Ole Opry, and the Longroad festival in the UK. 

Cybelle Elena is the creator of the location-based creative space La Maison Des Mervielles. Her varied background includes living as a resident artist in an art collective, obtaining gallery representation age 22, writing commercial jingles, directing music videos and doing a spoken work piece for K Records at age 6.

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