London: Abandoning the sweet silhouettes and delicate details of last spring, Erdem Moralioglu took his F/W 11 collection for a walk on the wild side this season. Moralioglu imagined an artist’s wife who tore apart her husband’s paintings in a fit of rage, and then dressed herself in clothes made from the scraps. The painterly prints for which Erdem is known remained a central focus, but this time they decorated seductive body-con silhouettes. Diverse motifs and textures were uninhibitedly collaged – brocades, velvets and tweeds were pieced together, and lace overlays created crosshatched texture patterns. The palette was also more intense this time around; electric blues, purples, oranges and pinks were grounded by black.

Color: Electric violet / Magenta / Cobalt / Black / Turquoise / Coral / Saffron / True orange / Teal

Key Items: Sheath dress / Silk button-front / Cable-knit pullover / Turtleneck tee / Printed trench / Maxi dress / Slim skirt

Materials: Velvet / Chiffon / Silk brocades / Cabled sweater knits / Tweed / Silk satins / Jersey

Details + Trim: Sequins / Lace / Piping / Skirt slits / V-necks / Embroidery / Sweetheart necklines / Quilting

Accessories + Footwear: Printed booties and pumps / Printed opera gloves / Dangling earrings

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