Feb 24, 2017 | By Lizzy Bowring
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New York: ‘Newish’ Edun’s creative director Danielle Sherman travelled to Morocco over Christmas. There, she found some inspiration for her latest collection – elements from North African and European cultures blended seamlessly in both traditional and eclectic ways. Traditional European tailoring and mod-inspired dresses paired with Moroccan brocades and handmade tapestry panels. Sherman brought some newness to the lineup by playing with deconstruction – seams were left unfinished in outerwear and shift dresses while tunics, sleeveless jackets and overcoats sported long fringe details, giving fluidity and movement to the garments. – Diego Sanchez
Theme: Mod Moroccan
Key Items: Suede shift dresses / Wide leather trousers / Leather trenches / Oversized peacoats / Buttoned rollnecks
Colour: Navy / Black / Burgundy / Petrol / White / Ivory / Red / Brown
Materials + Trim: Wool / Leather / Suede / Lurex / Wool / Houndstooth / Fringing / Raw edges / Brocade
Print + Pattern: Colour blocking / Mosaic prints / Stripes
Accessories + Footwear: Second skin knee boots / Patent slippers
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