Discover Peter Pilotto‘s Spring Summer 2019 Collection inspired by enigmatic woman who radiates warmth and light, presented on Sunday, September 16th, during the ongoing London Fashion Week.
“An obsession with French Gallé glass informs the season – its frosted splendour, botanical cameos, and fantasia of pearlescent colour inspires diaphanous textures in cloth. The secessionist palette dissolves across swathes of silk in tones of periwinkle, mist, peach, marigold, melon, chartreuse, fuxia and rose gold.
Iridescent organza, painted jacquard and hammered satin appear backlit on summer skin, as billowing silhouettes are decorated in a flourish of leaves, stems and petals. Meticulous techniques sculpt striped lurex into tiers of waterfall pleating, as draped asymmetries fall off the shoulder or catch in a pleated cuff and bishop sleeve. Metallic twill suiting is cut in long flared shapes, adorned with crystal, beaten brass, and lariats of silk rope.“