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In a presentation that is innately Erdem with style contrasts and a subtle sixties tones, Moralioglu’s 2015 Resort Collection puts a new spin on the line’s typical motifs. As with each season, a unique narrative takes us through the collection photos in a stark setting described as “the organized mess of Francis Bacon’s studio.”
The collection offers girlish patterns and soft fabrics with boxy, boyish cuts. From a suit with a floral print that adds a pop of color, to a floor-length gown sprinkled with falling yellow and blue flowers, the looks explore the juxtaposition of the female by day and by night.
A theme of muted colors, boyish oxfords, and conservatively-shaped silhouettes runs through the collection. If it’s lacking color, it’s avant-garde in shape, like broad shoulders and large ruffles in one particular black and white look.
Like other Erdem collections before, we see conservative fabric cuts with a modern edge; this collection’s twist being the theme of la garconne. Moralioglu reaches a wide audience and new heights with his 2015 Resort Collection, mixing timeless looks into a progressive idea of today’s femininity.