Ready-to-Wear Spring 2020
19 September 2019
Ready-to-Wear - Spring 2019
17 September 2018
The designers know what their clientele wants. Bringing in commercial daywear and luxe accessories will add to their allure.
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2019
19 February 2018
The collection, inspired by a trip to Vienna’s Museum of Applied Arts, successfully underscored Peter Pilotto's way with colour and texture.
26 October 2017
Ready-to-Wear - Spring 2018
18 September 2017
The tropical-hued collection was much less complicated than in the past, with simple shapes, silhouettes and a strong emphasis on print.
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2017
20 February 2017
Where de Vos and Pilotto hit the mark was in creating interesting texture, which may translate well into simpler pieces.
Ready-to-Wear Spring 2017
18 September 2016
The designers presented a more mature and convincing collection boosted by bright hues, shots of metallics and a light and genial air of summery carelessness.
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2016
23 February 2016
23 February 2016
Peter Pilotto's Arctic-inspired collection sparkled with ideas and outstanding statement pieces, but the literal interpretation of the theme put a chill on things.
12 January 2016
12 January 2016 • By Richie Siegel
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