London-based designer Edeline Lee keeps craft and design in sync when creating her minimalist collections. A Central St. Martins alum, Lee is a relatively young designer (she has only two formal collections under her belt) yet her vision is both articulate and unique.
For her Fall/Winter 2012 collection, she drew influences from the 1903 Wiener Werkstätte (translation: Vienna Workshop), a collective community movement in art, architecture, and design which aimed to reunite everyday life into a seamless artistic theme, making art accessible to all.
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Her designs are decidedly simple, yet her aesthetic talents come through her craftsmanship and perfectly tailored details in her choices of shape and silhouette.
The short film created for her F/W 2012 collection showcases her goth-romantic style in a mesmerizing, nearly trippy fashion.