Peter Pilotto Pre-Spring 2012: Clashing, Yet Classic

Peter Pilotto's Pre-Spring 2012 look book recently hit our inboxes and we are kind of in love. Unlike many of the resort shows we've seen this week, Pilotto and Christopher De Vos did not give us a single shred of black, white or neutral. Everything is a bright spectrum of primary colors and aside from a blue pantsuit and pair of yellow trousers, every piece is a print. We always admire when a designer doesn't stay completely safe with a resort collection, and this is an example of that. Still, despite the boldness of the at times clashing prints, the silhouettes are all pretty classic and wearable, including various short shifts, A-line skirts and dresses (with pockets!), pencil skirts and tailored trousers. Click through for images!
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Peter Pilotto's Pre-Spring 2012 look book recently hit our inboxes and we are kind of in love. Unlike many of the resort shows we've seen this week, Pilotto and Christopher De Vos did not give us a single shred of black, white or neutral. Everything is a bright spectrum of primary colors and aside from a blue pantsuit and pair of yellow trousers, every piece is a print. We always admire when a designer doesn't stay completely safe with a resort collection, and this is an example of that. Still, despite the boldness of the at times clashing prints, the silhouettes are all pretty classic and wearable, including various short shifts, A-line skirts and dresses (with pockets!), pencil skirts and tailored trousers. Click through for images!
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Peter Pilotto's Pre-Spring 2012 look book recently hit our inboxes and we are kind of in love. Unlike many of the resort shows we've seen this week, Pilotto and Christopher De Vos did not give us a single shred of black, white or neutral. Everything is a bright spectrum of primary colors and aside from a blue pantsuit and pair of yellow trousers, every piece is a print. We always admire when a designer doesn't stay completely safe with a resort collection, and this is an example of that. Still, despite the boldness of the at times clashing prints, the silhouettes are all pretty classic and wearable, including various short shifts, A-line skirts and dresses (with pockets!), pencil skirts and tailored trousers. Click through for images!