Upon taking a closer look at Erdem’s gorgeous pre-autumn / fall 2014 offering, you immediately understand that his collections are like ripped pages belonging to the same story. Adorned with rich embroideries, but uncomplicated in essence, Erdem Moralioglu’s late-sixties designs drew inspiration from John Currin’s subversive paintings, and just like paintings they sway in quiet elegance.
Going from basic to utterly glamorous, Erdem’s pre-fall 2014 collection of silhouettes aligns empire-line dresses, jeweled separates and full silk skirts, merging unexpected fabrics that succeed in melting the old and the new into modern sensibility. A touch of shine, intense jewel tones and an elaborate string of details make sure that everything falls into place beautifully.
You can see all of the Erdem pre-autumn / fall 2014 collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the collection.