Erdem ‘The Age of Silver’ Show Review.
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Erdem debuted their Autumn/Winter 20 collection a few hours ago in none other than The National Portrait Gallery. The collection is called “The Age of Silver” and is the definition of elegant party wear. Erdem worked closely with the curator of the gallery’s “Bright Young Things” exhibition, which celebrates the early photography of Cecil Beaton.
In their show notes, the fashion house said this period for the photographer elevated “his own social status, from middle class dreamer to society stalwart. His portraits from this era are inventive, seductive images of transformation”, which is exactly how we would describe Erdem’s collection.
Chic dresses were paired with striking spaceman silver gloves which added a modern twist to the Victorian style looks. Traditional dresses were reimagined in striking black and white check fabric, as well as silver sheer.
Flowing dresses hit the runway along with tailored suits and the well-executed attention to detail in every look was apparent throughout the whole collection.
Erdem brought a refreshing Victorian elegance to London Fashion Week and we are here for it.
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