Burnt orange, paint stippling techniques, molten liquid metal splashes and ghostly paisley combine to form strange galaxies in these digital print dresses from Peter Pilotto's Autumn Winter 2010 collection on display at London Fashion Week's NEWGEN tent.
The Spring Summer 2011 collection shown on the catwalk (hence no photos but I've linked to the show video) were pieces in a more austere and simple palette of white, blues, greys, navy and beige. The show notes indicate that the designers starting point for the collection was a scarf flying through the air. When I see a scarf flying through the air I see erm... a scarf flying through the air. Apparently these guys see this.
Here are some snaps of the sun drenched fields of France. I write this from the UK now where the end of summer is nigh. The days are gett...
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