Danielle Sherman behind Edun was inspired by three distinct influences in her recent resort 2016 collection. The pre-spring line-up includes touches of 1950's Britain subculture - the Teddy Boys, the brightly suited dandy sapeurs of sub-Saharan Africa, and Coco Chanel personal style in the 1920s. Indeed, every inspiration seem so different, but each one of them influenced a movement. Teddy Boys influence was seen via sharply tailored suits, leather shift dresses, cable knit sweaters embellished with studs and D-rings. The Congolese dandies wardrobe style is seen via bright pink colored suits and Chanel style can be found in beautiful double-breasted jackets, pleated, Twenties-style skirts and dresses. Personally, I like that kind of boyish touch of the showcased relaxed separates.
That's a stunning leopard print belted coat with black leather details. Love the way it's styled with black socks and monochrome loafers.
That's a marvelous ink-splattered leopard and tartan print maxi shirt-dress with a side slit.
V-neck black zippered sweater is worn atop leopard-tartan mini shirt-dress.
The double-breasted, peak-lapel elongated blazer comes with easy-break trousers in electric pink color.
A striped short-sleeve top looks awesome styled with high-rise black pencil skirt pleated from the knee down.
That's a sophisticated leather look, what consists of matching separates in brown leather. Love the shiny silvery loafers.
Brown leather jacket looks awesome styled with loose-fit white trousers worn with silvery slipper sandals.
A double-breasted white blazer looks mannish paired with matching color pencil skirt pleated from the knee down.
A relaxed fit three-piece suit in black color will ideally suit your evening events.
An embellished black leather collarless jacket is worn atop elongated black tunic top and matching ankle-length pleated trousers paired with glossy monochrome black-and-white ankle-boots.