In her first season as creative director for Edun, Danielle Sherman achieved exactly what she wanted: to develop and elevate the brand.
“Collaborating with Camilla Nickerson evolved naturally,” Sherman said backstage. “She’s bold and direct and it feels right.”
The collection was modern and cool, with graphic patterns in basic silhouettes. Sherman bonded intricate handwoven leather pieces to Neoprene, thus producing a two-dimensional texture and giving shape to pieces ranging from cropped tops to skirts. Bird’s-eye jacquard trousers, a hand-knit poncho and mercerized jersey baseball-style uniform shirts were all standout pieces.
Sherman also used silk-screening techniques on cotton canvas and leather, creating geometric patterns on pants and a high-slit skirt. To keep the collection grounded, Sherman paired all her elevated pieces with side-slit T-shirts.