From Day to Night


Thinking of his client in a more mature manner from his last collection Erdem said, “I thought, she’s not running free and romantic in the meadows this season. Now she’s visited nightclubs and going home on the bus.” A mix of floral prints, both large and small, remained from jaunts in the meadow but appeared on a black ground in duchess satin; which looked more subversive than lighter looks of springLace appliqués on empire waist dresses had a flirtatious feel. Exposed zippers on outerwear had a ‘80s look with the elegance found on bishop sleeves and floral print panels contouring the body. Patent ankle booties also had floral panels in matching prints.


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  • lyndsey

    Love the playful prints, the yellow skirt reminds me of Andy Warhol’s flowers but with a darker more sinister tone…

  • Isabella

    LACE! FLORALS! ECLECTIC PRINTS! It all seems a bit much when seen all together, but the pieces make wonderful separates.

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