Peter Som



New York:It seems that the clouds are parting for Peter Som, whose S/S 11 collection conjured images of sunny poolside glamour and the 60s jet set. Perhaps optimistic after recovering from financial struggles last year, Som aimed to “bring joy to clothing” this season. Citing Peggy Guggenheim, Miami Beach and Op Art as inspirations, the designer embraced pop brights, trippy prints, Mod shapes and glam accessories. Som created daring girly looks via his signature mixed-print styling: allover marbled motifs, neon vacation prints and hypnotizing black and white graphics came together by means of patches, piecing and contrast collars. Lighthearted and fun, the collection will be adored by outgoing girls who enjoy retro style and don’t take themselves too seriously.

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