Erdem Runway Show for London Fashion Week FW23 Ready To Wear Collection were one of the unique designs showcased at the fashion week considering the fact that the fashion brand went for dull and gloomy colors.
Unlike other brands, Creative Director, Erdem Moralioglu MBE beckoning into the romantic-modern culture of textiles, embroidery, and prints his customers love to be involved with.
We saw it start to appear in his jet-embroidered coats and disorganized asymmetric taffeta skirts in the studio area of the Sadlers Wells theater, which was gloomy with London fog. With practically everything, there were oversized opera gloves with puffy tops. Irises in the art nouveau style ascent via needle-punched designs. Arsenic yellow and lilac injections—the hazardous fashion hues created during the industrial revolution of the 19th century—showed up strongly.
Erdem never gets sidetracked by a theme to the point where he forgets to address the larger congregation of people who come to him. Some favor customization. He has a black tuxedo and a chrysanthemum-brocade suit that they can choose from to get that look. Perhaps best of all was one double-breasted yellow wallpaper coat that was otherwise nice and classy save for the fact that the hem was coming undone.
See full collection below;