This morning saw Fashion Scout alumni, Peter Pilotto showcase his AW13 collection at the Tate Modern. The Peter Pilotto label conceptualises architectural structure fused with scientific, digitally driven abstract prints, showcased in a spirited palette of hues; and this collection is by no means an exception to the brand aesthetic.
The catwalk demonstrated an eclectic mix of androgynously derived outerwear, embroidered with effluent abstract oriental design, juxtaposition panel, statement shoulder dresses, softened by digital prints and fluted knee length hem lines; with the addition of proclaimed quilted oversized crop and mid-length jackets and coats, printed, of course. Whilst androgyny and structure were definitively key to this collection, the pieces remained elegant and quintessentially feminine throughout.
Colour was diversified through a composition of canary yellow, royal blue, mauve and intense ruby red with monochromatic extracts of black and white; whilst the models wore fresh-faced radiant make-up with slight contouring, not to detract the focus from the luxuriously hedonistic designs.
Brooke McCord (@BrookeMcCord