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Peter Pilotto Autumn-Winter 2019 Collection at London Fashion Week | Continuing their Journey through Décor and Design | Mid-century Pop Art, Illustrated Textures and Transparency

Fashion Show News By Peter Pilotto | Posted on February 19, 2019 06:26 AM

Peter Pilotto Autumn-Winter 2019 Collection at London Fashion Week | Continuing their Journey through Décor and Design | Mid-century Pop Art, Illustrated Textures and Transparency are Applied with a Painterly Hand - Photos by Peter Pilotto  

Fashion Show News by Peter Pilotto : With the iridescent glimmer of an eosin glaze, the Autumn Winter 2019 collection by Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos unlocks a new chapter of regal opulence. Continuing their journey through décor and design, an appreciation for Hungarian Zsolnay ceramics is imbued within forms and fabric research, in nods to the gilded splendour of bygone empires. A glowing winter palette traverses electric midnight florals through luminous pastels to sober shades of dove grey, ivory, olive and blush. Invoking graphic splashes of mid-century pop art, illustrated textures and transparency are applied with a painterly hand.

Soft hourglass shapes define the silhouette, from wide lapel coats cut in checked wools and mottled velvets to flared tuxedos in shining lurex jacquard. Falling off the shoulder and pleated full at the hip, lounge tailoring cut in quintessentially British looking fabrics is trimmed with crystal and cord details, as cosy knits sparkle with tufted argyle.

In showers of candy tulle, diaphanous gowns come hand-painted in abstract ‘point d’esprit’ dots and inset with bands of bright lace. Caught at the hip, tiered balloon sleeve dresses are draped in smocked and plisse metallics, feathery fil coupé, and hammered silk garden prints. Lavish embellishment abounds, from unfurling gold passementerie to hand-painted silver poinsettias, and accents of embroidered plumage.

Pointed mules by Alan Buanne wrap to the ankle in seasonal jacquards, joining fantasy clutch purses and feathery barrel bags in collaboration with Rosantica. The Peter Pilotto jewellery collection by Marco Panconesi returns as floating, asymmetric studies in two-tone beads, agate slices, and baroque pearls.

About Peter Pilotto

Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos comprise the dynamic design team behind Pilotto’s successful namesake label. Launched in 2007, the duo’s first collection of digital printed designs proved an instant hit, winning the designers instant acclaim and securing their first buyers. The British based brand is now sold in over 50 countries and is stocked by luxury retailers such as Net-aPorter, Selfridges, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman.

Initially founded by Pilotto, De Vos joined the label in its fledging years. After earning start-up support and studio space from the Centre for Fashion Enterprise in London, Peter Pilotto was scouted for the Vauxhall Fashion Scout showcase, receiving much needed exposure. Now operating from their own studio in East London, the duo, who first met whilst studying at the prestigious Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, hold a number of industry accolades, they were awarded NEWGEN sponsorship by the British Fashion Council as well being named as winners of the Swarovski Emerging Talent award in 2010 and winners of the Fashion Forward prize in 2011 and most recently were awarded the BFC/VOGUE fashion fund in 2014 and The Swarovski Collective Award in 2015.

As the brand continues to gain international exposure the Peter Pilotto aesthetic is being realised in craft beyond print. The label continues to push its colourful and graphic aesthetic in new and exciting directions.


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