A playful ode to the psychedelic ’60s at Peter Pilotto
By Anna Glassman

London: Designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos embraced all things psychedelic and Hendrix-inspired for spring. Bright colours and signature kaleidoscope prints were elevated through …

Sep 15, 2014
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London: Designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos embraced all things psychedelic and Hendrix-inspired for spring. Bright colours and signature kaleidoscope prints were elevated through dimensional embellishments and dense embroidery. Patchwork and lace produced a handcrafted feel that added a uniquely playful element to the collection. Foulard hemlines, slits and asymmetry created a dynamic look that is essential to the season. –Deirdre Pérez

Silhouette: Body skimming / Fit-and-flare / Asymmetry / Draping

Key items: Mini dresses / Boxy vests / Decorated toppers / Patterned sets / Sheath dresses / Foulard hem dresses / T-tops / Straight cut trousers

Colour: Black / Lilac / Acid yellow / Tangerine / Nude / Deep blues / White / Purple / Aqua / Petrol green / Soft pink / Raspberry / Green / Sky blue / Coral / Burgundy / Pale yellow / Iridescent finishes

Print & Pattern: Botanicals / Stripes / Tiled patterns

Materials & Trim: Silk blends / Lace / Leather / Jersey / Chiffon / Organza / Floral and teardrop appliqué / Dense embroidery / Beading / Sequins

Footwear: Flat color blocked sandals

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