Peter Pilotto designers Christopher de Vos and Peter Pilotto enjoyed a phenomenal rise to success with their deftly cut dresses and artful print work.
After immersing themselves in South American culture, Peter Pilotto’s dynamic Spring/Summer 2017 collection is drenched with colour – luscious pinks, oranges and golds – and swimming with subtle references to folk tiles and Spanish baroque. The designers’ approach has continued to evolve past print alone, flourishing blouses with a contemporary version of traditional Peruvian embroidery, and opting for flamboyant, figure-enhancing volume. This season, the colourful off-shoulder tops are breathing fresh life into our neutral-heavy edits.
After receiving the British Fashion Council’s ‘Best Emerging Talent’ award in 2009, Peter Pilotto’s dynamic duo continues to impress industry insiders and style-savvy consumers alike. Season after season, frowers wait eagerly to see how the print-centric, architectural aesthetic will have evolved or been revised. Allow us to predicate that it’s always fantastic.