Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Edeline Lee AW16 Collection at London Fashion Week

For AW16, Edeline Lee was inspired by the idea of a return to simplicity.

Lee used purer shapes, cleaner lines and fabrics with integrity.

A functional, utilitarian series of black, calico and ivory pieces are made of heavy virgin wool crepe.

Unstructured coats made of virgin wool boucle are edged with 3D contrast piping and wrap, like blankets around the body.

A delicate floral double gauze plays against distorted floral embroidery made of silken fringed threads.

A series of pieces made of textural flou bubble (pebbled textured jacquard)  reinterpret Edeline's constant obsessions with proportion, line and composition.

Adding a touch of shimmer are the money green lurex lame gown, skirt and trousers.

Accent colour of bold red appeared on a sweeping gown and woollen trench coat.

The presentation took place at On/Off The Vinyl Factory
Artist Kyung Roh Bannwart created the abstract landscape using a mixture of black and white disposition and colourful playful shapes made of shredded paper.
Paper make James Cropper supplied the tactile papers for the scenography.

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