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EDITION

For Edition, Cecilie Bahnsen has challenged us to confront some of the most pressing questions about the seasonal fashion business and what it means in these times. The concept behind Edition is to encapsulate Cecilie’s universe–to translate the label’s signatures into indispensable pieces, only produced in timeless black and white.

“Edition came intuitively, out of a feeling I’ve had for a while now of wanting to do a collection of the pieces dearest to me, to make them available all year round. These are my version of “staples’, some of the designs even derive from my debut collection-the clothes always at the front of my closet season after season. Sculptural and simple. We begin with dresses and tops because the dress is my idea of a basic. I’ll just as easily wear a dress on a Monday morning as I will for a party".

Cecilie Bahnsen

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