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In years to come, Burberry’s pre-collection look book will serve as a testimony to the neo-liberation era we live in. In it, a highly individual cast of models were seen holding plants under their arms as if they were infants, posing with unconfined polecats on their shoulders, and wearing the quintessence of Gen Z fashion. Deconstructed, gender-neutral, and dressed-in-reverse, these clothes were upside-down in every way: an anarchistic approach to conventional dressing loaded with the logos and brand worship of a nature-friendly post-millennial youth, who doesn’t want to be seen as “alternative” but instead transform the commercial establishment with their progressive values, and create a new enlightened norm. What a time capsule! Maybe someone should bury it in their garden.
A boucle tweed suit, also interpreted as a coat, exemplified that fusion, generating a kind of ladies-who-lunch look for men, which reflected a play on gender codes that interests Moralioglu. As he quipped, referring to the Erdem man, “He likes to eat lunch, too.” Other such ideas included a fisherman’s jumper twin set in merino mohair waffle knit, a cotton drill suit in rust embroidered head-to-toe with brown and blue roses, and a dandy-esque nipped-in 1930s suit with a wide, high lapel, which was almost jaunty. “Life’s short,” the designer said. “Pull yourself together.” What emerged through Moralioglu’s second menswear proposal was a men’s universe of conventional contradictions: feminine vs. masculine, formal vs. informal, Old World vs. new world. Those dichotomies are hardly new territory in menswear, but through the lens of Erdem—with all its history and romanticism—this menswear brand already feels unique and familiar in a way that gives it a character of its own on a very saturated market. His “utilitarian romanticism” is here to stay.
But unlike that womenswear—a longstanding and big business—Moralioglu’s men’s world has a relaxed, almost light-hearted quality about it. With the line still in its infancy, these clothes are borne out of a curiosity and interest, and feel like a project he’s having fun with. The designer has been living in the spring men’s collection since he received the first pieces, and, as he confirmed, “it’s very personal.” While the first collection only started to arrive in stores in November, his recipe of ravishingly-colored knits, corduroy, and printed denim has seen great response from the yet-to-be-defined Erdem men’s customer, and has gone down well with his trusty female clientele, too. This season, he took inspiration from the work of two women, who may as well have played muses to one of his women’s collections: Madame d’Ora, a Viennese portrait photographer and contemporary of Picasso, and Madame Yevonde, a portrait and still-life photographer—and master colorist—who worked in London around the interwar era. Together, their subjects, grading techniques, and the latter’s use of color inspired a 1930s-driven collection, which borrowed from the women’s wardrobe of the time, and fused those references in Moralioglu’s contemporary “utilitarian romanticism.”
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