This time I want to draw your attention to Edun retro-graphic and patchwork 1970's inspired outfits made Edun in its pre-Fall season. What do I like in this particular Autumn-Winter pre-collection, then it's brand's signature and recognized design that makes is unique and very individual. Label's designer Danielle Sherman is proud to show its clientele amazing graphic looks with great detailing and urbane identity that makes her outfits so special. We see long and lean silhouettes with cool tunic shaped tops and gently flared bottoms. Danielle Sherman was inspired by the works of Frank Stella, Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura, as well as vivid painted village houses of Burkina Faso.
Cream brown color blocking coat is belted with a white cord and paired with brown curly mohair slippers.
The crewneck collar long vest in brown and white vertical stripes is belted with a white cord at the waist area. It looks great with white pencil dress.
The patchworked graphic brown, sandy and black dress with slits is worn atop black, gently flared, high-waisted trousers.
Tailored, structured color blocking crewneck collar blazer in black and white looks very functional paired with the same blocky tunic and black, slouchy floor-length trousers.
Here we see a 3/4 sleeved shift in black and white squares. That's a versatile piece for those women who want something special in their lives.
If you want a sophisticated looking suit for your working hours, then I highly recommend you to try on this 1970's inspired pantsuit that consists of a tweed suit jacket, black waistcoat and flared tweed pants.
Speaking of statement clothes, then I'd like to show you this gorgeous tweed coat with a black shearling collar.