Structured cuts and dark color palettes are a staple for autumn, but EDEM Couture is bringing an updated lineup of Fall Winter 2020 trends to close out the year. This Moscow-based label blends femininity and refinement with heritage and craftsmanship, resulting in a collection that is playful yet sophisticated, Old World Russia yet modern. From exquisite embroidery to millinery masterpieces, here are some of our favorite Fall Winter 2020 trends and ensembles from EDEM Couture.
Quilting and Cashmere
EDEM Couture is known for its “embroidery heritage,” and applies “volumetric embroidery” to the Fall Winter 2020 collection. Volume is achieve through pleating and layers, but also by using a sumptuous quilted design. The quilting itself repeats architectural patterns, decorating the collection’s coats and skirts.
To top off the quilted layers, we love the one-piece cut sleeve cashmere coat with a flattering loose fit.
Embroidery is so much more than a Fall Winter 2020 trend – in the EDEM Couture house, it’s a signature detail. In this collection, embroidered flowers and foliage add a stunning effect to mid-century, 1950s-inspired ensembles that serve as a throwback to the Post-War world. EDEM Couture describes this era as “the time of hope and the search for a new aesthetic, color scheme, and composition.” Statement hats tie the entire collection together, adding an element that is both experimental and timeless.
The 70s have made a notable comeback in recent years, and the Fall Winter 2020 trend report is no exception. A mustard yellow dress with perfect pleating conjures images of everything from sunken living rooms to disco-era Hollywood parties. This mini corseted number is made of pleated silk crepe, which was created in conjunction with the historic French Atelier, Lognon.
For a more understated use of pleating, EDEM Couture’s floor-length ivory dress features a ribbed silk train and hand-pleated cuffs. It’d be the perfect wedding dress for intimate estate weddings and destination elopements to Europe.