EDUN proves again to be one of the most interesting ethical brands around.
On our minds is EDUN’s FW15 collection as recently showcased in New York. Building on their monochrome/mod aesthetic, a continued palette of black and white was put in place but this time with a less minimal, more distressed 70s flare to the designs. The collection introduced a for EDUN new play with deconstruction aligned with the long rooted prints and textiles that characterizes the artisan label, and we loved the interesting marriage between black and white simplicity; retro shapes; Japanese/Belgian processing; and traditional African craft. Also new for the season was the introduction of footwear into the product offering. EDUN has once again proven themselves to be one of the most high profile ethical brands around. More here. /Ada Källgren
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