Edwin is mainly perceived as a male focused denim brand however they also have a strong women’s collection and this is a trend that we have observed season after season. The Spring/Summer 2014 women’s collection from Edwin crosses time and space and journeys into the present. Led by the iconic female figures of the 1970s Road Movie including Sissy Spacek in Terry Malick’s ‘Badlands’ and Laurie Bird in Monte Hellman’s ‘Two-Lane Blacktop’. Female odes to freedom, dreams, innocence, recklessness and adventure; wavering between nonchalance and casual masculinity, feminine gentleness and sensitivity.
The classic Edwin indigo five-pocket denim creates this season’s foundation, presented in washes, fabrics and treatments evoking the serenity and playfulness of summer.
The collection is accentuated by authentic Hawaiian fabrics and exclusive Edwin camouflage patterns, the collection combines all over jacquard knits, light cotton blouses and laser etched denim to create bold, yet strong stand-alone pieces that truly feel a part of the brand’s DNA. Featuring a bomber jacket and Bermuda in a Japanese floral fabric, an oversized suede bomber jacket to accompany classic crash pants and leather look, coated cotton mini shorts. The collection continues to evolve with a new feminine darted chino and an oversized western jacket that adds a relaxed look to the light poplin summer dress.
In this great collection the female silhouette comes alive and is drawn with a mixture of prints and unexpected juxtapositions, creating a collection driven by its aesthetics and a sense of wandering contemplation and the crossed destinies of sulphurous fates.