22 FEBRUARY 2021
5:30pm GMT : Digital Premiere


Stylist: Katie Felstead
Hair: Andrew Jose @ Andrew Jose
Makeup: Emma White Turle
Stylist Assistant: Rosie Borgerhoff Mulder
Hair Assistant: Jess Robinson @ Andrew Jose
Earrings: Edeline Lee x Tatty Devine


Writer / Producer: Paul Bae for The Big Loop Podcast
Producers: Tom Burke and Millie de la Moriniere
Georgia: Lydia Leonard
Computer/Lynne: Mairin O’Hagan
Sound Designer: Tom Burke
Casting: Millie de la Moriniere
Website: Neo Khama
Video Editor: Gregory Grey
Press: The 223 Agency


Director/Photographer: Ne-o: Jake Knight and Ryoko Tanaka
Art Director: Kyung Roh Bannwart
Digital Technician: Gideon Marshall
Model: Amanda Ljunggren @Storm
Ghost: Ieva Skikaite
Editor: Ne-o: Jake Knight and Ryoko Tanaka
Location: Genesis Cinema
Gaffer: Kristiana Zhekova
Spark: Cliona Shepard

Thank you to the wonderful Edeline Lee studio: Millie, Ryan, Pauline, Lisa, Steph, Anissa, Rachel, Stylian, David, Mister Suleman, Sharif, Abdul, Kadir, Victoria, Ella, Rodita, Harper

SPECIAL THANKS to The British Fashion Council, Caroline Rush, Stephanie Phair, Barry Taylor, Harriet Spence, Stephen Lawton, Harriet Vine, Lynne Carr, Victoria Wilson, Tyrone Walker-Hebborn, Osian O’Reilly-Ifans, Callum Pawlett-Howell, Ludovica Poggi, Mars Washington, Marco Brambilla, Simon Heah, Tino Kamal, Brett Ruffell, India Gaul

Press Release

Autumn Winter 2021 is presented as a short story. EDELINE LEE invites her audience to listen to Memory Of A Dress, in collaboration with veteran podcaster PAUL BAE and his anthology series THE BIG LOOP. Edeline comments: “We are all navigating the digital landscape right now, but my brand operates on a human-scale. How to cross the divide? Of all the technology out there, the digitally-native but intimate, connected environment of podcast and storytelling suits the ethos of my brand particularly well. Perhaps it is subversive to produce an audio sound-only fashion show. But we all know that a piece of clothing can hold much more significance than only its appearance. I wanted to contemplate how memory and nostalgia can be held by a piece of the soul of a dress can inherently give the wearer a sense of stability, confidence, and power.” Paul states: “I have been thinking a lot this past year about isolation and what that does to our narratives about each other and ourselves and how to capture that in audio. So when Edeline presented me with this opportunity to collaborate on a runway show we only hear--it thrilled me to the bones.”

After listening to the story, the audience is invited to view the moving-image lookbook. “Inspired by this story, my team and I delved into its themes of memory. We explored digital and camera techniques to lend narrative to our fashion photography. This season, in short, is an experimentation with storytelling in digital mediums,” concludes Edeline.

Autumn Winter 2021 features complex cutting, a chunky bullet-pleat fabric manipulation and confident shapes, expanding on the feminine and spirited vocabulary of EDELINE LEE’s oeuvre. The house’s signature, universally flattering Flou Bubble Jacquard is represented in Malachite and Black this season, and the Georgette Champion appears in shades of Brown, Amber Green, Mustard and Black. Fluid Georgette Crinkle pieces are cut in hues of Mustard and Brown. The house also introduces a brand new capsule of loungewear made of 100% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton. Edeline states: “I wanted to make some luxurious, sustainable staples that one could wear out, but also sleep in. You can roll out of bed and take a Zoom call in these pieces!” All Edeline Lee pieces are made by hand in England, of fabrics woven in Italy and France.


EDELINE LEE is a British-Canadian, London-based designer whose work has been worn by Alicia Vikander, Olivia Colman, Sharon Horgan, Karen Elson, Taylor Swift, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Ciara, Cynthia Nixon, Queen Rania of Jordan and Solange Knowles. Her thoughtful approach features forward-thinking concepts about femininity, precise cut and refined craftsmanship.

PAUL BAE is the award winning co-creator/writer of The Black Tapes and creator/writer of The Big Loop podcasts. Paul is the director of Marvel Entertainment’s critically acclaimed hit series MARVELS and has a multi-series deal with Spotify. Paul specialises in developing original audio drama as IPs for television and currently has three TV series in development in the US.

LYDIA LEONARD has worked extensively across film, television and theatre. She was nominated for a Tony award for her role as Anne Boleyn in the original production of Wolf Hall. 2021 sees Lydia reprise her role as Mariana Lawton in Sally Wainwright’s BAFTA nominated series Gentleman Jack.

TOM BURKE first rose to fame with his band Citizens!, known for their androgynous pop, radical music videos and collaborations with artists and designers. Tom went on to study at the Sandberg Institut and is now making work that collapses the boundaries of performance, music, theatre and fashion.

MILLIE DE LA MORINIERE is a creative consultant and producer working closely with talent and brands. A former theatrical agent, she now works across casting, bookings and production for the creative, entertainment and luxury industries.

NE-O are Jake Knight and Ryoko Tanaka, a directing duo based in London. They have received numerous awards for their short films, commercials and music videos, including Cannes Lions, Clios, and Adfest.

KATIE FELSTEAD is a London based fashion stylist that began her career at British Vogue where she worked for 10 years before pursuing a freelance career. Katie contributes to international titles such as Vogue, Glamour and Elle as well as independent fashion magazines. She is currently the Fashion Director of Glass Magazine and Glass Man.

KYUNG ROH BANNWART is a Korean-born, Switzerland-based artist who graduated from ECAL/Ecole Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne (Master in Visual Arts) and Central Saint Martins (Bachelor in Fine Arts, London). Her work investigates subject-object relations, the notion of objects and materialities, and exhibition as medium and its history.

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