Monday, 29 September 2014

Peter Pilotto Spring/summer 2015

Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos explore a transcendent wash of light and colour in their SS15 collection as craft is elevated beyond print, through a myriad of treatments.

 Cyber florals join a constellation of swirling geometry as coils and fans of guipure lace meet technical macrame and custom dandelion jacquards with sparkling tinsel.

 Applied to iridescent organza, silk leaves and windowpane checks float over the skin, whilst grids of naive florals blossom on black denim.

The collection's spectral palette pulses energetically throughout.

 The silhouette moves between a trim bodice, to ultra slim trousers to planed shifts, some with airy volumes explored as a handkerchief hem and the neat folds of an A-line skirt.

 Giant paisley and abstract rosettes in Perspex are hinged and fractured amongst a scatter of Swarovski crystal.

Studies of classical draping, paired with featherweight knits, melt into asymmetry, finished with a cascade of sequins.

 Interlocking chain motifs, realized in bright embroideries, vibrate throughout the collection.
Shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood.

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