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London Fashion Week

Erdem AW17

Erdem AW17 Getty

Erdem Moralioglu’s seemingly endless ability to produce a line-up of feminine dresses more beautiful than the previous is what keeps fashion’s A-list, including Alexa Chung and Olivia Palermo, just two of the front row guests at this season’s show, coming back for more.

This time around the designer drew inspiration from his Turkish heritage, showcased in the Eastern patchwork prints and rich, burnished shades of gold and rust mixed with inky blue, but, as ever, the silhouette was Victorian-influenced – high necks, narrow sleeves, nipped-in waists and long lengths are a house signature and as figure-flattering as ever. And though the abundant dresses undoubtedly stole the show (from lace to velvet to starchy cotton numbers wrapped at the neck and featuring keyhole openings – we defy anyone to resist), Erdem masterfully ventured into separates territory, unveiling a camel cape with contrasting white hand embroidery topping a tonal tunic, a belted jacket over a pair of printed pyjama pants and crisp white shirts with leg-of-lamb sleeves tucked into a velvet maxi skirt.