SPRING SUMMER 24

THE COLLECTION

The ERDEM Spring Summer 2024 runway collection is inspired by the late dowager Duchess of Devonshire and Chatsworth House. Remnants of Chatsworth House curtains, hand embroidered by Cecily Lasnet, adorn deconstructed gowns, and fragments of antique textiles from Chatsworth are
pieced into dresses and coat linings.

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CREATION

BACKSTAGE

MUSE

For Spring Summer 24, Erdem examines a story of heritage, edifice and identity, through the lens of Deborah, the late dowager Duchess of Devonshire, and her relationship with Chatsworth House.

Erdem was granted access to the archive of Debo, as she was fondly known by assistants and heads of state. Working closely with the Cavendish family, with archivists at Chatsworth and Helen Marchant, Debo’s private secretary, the collection is not just inspiredby Debo’s wardrobe, it is an embodiment of her spirit and vision.