Peter Pilotto Fall 2020 Collection London Fashion Week
If New York Fashion Week fall 2020 was fairly reserved prints-wise, not the same can be said for the London Fashion Week which showed quite a lot of openness on the matter. The Peter Pilotto fall 2020 collection abounds in amazing printed pieces that perfectly define the season’s hottest perspective which revolves around fab cuts and geometric touches. Since the very first looks presented, the designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vo made it abundantly clear that the new season is all about bold tones in their book.
With such a strong start, it quickly became obvious that there wouldn’t be a single dull moment in the new Peter Pilatto fall 2020 show and the brand confirmed it over and over bringing a multitude of bold tones, architectural pieces and spectacular combos worth using as inspiration for the new season makeover. The new options combine masculine and feminine touches for a strong impact every single time. Playing with proportions and interesting abstract elements can be the ideal choice for making a strong impression in the coldest days of the year.
The modern vibe of the looks can be easily explained by the duo’s desire to inject a bit of futurism in their fall 2020 collection. ‘We wanted to take something that was so opulent and classical, but to cast it in a futuristic light,’ Peter Pilotto told Vogue.com. The new looks sure reflected this ardent desire perfectly, making the new Peter Pilotto fall 2020 line a memorable collection which will definitely make a strong impression in the season to come.
The perspective? Interesting. The designs? Nothing short of amazing. The potential to dazzle while still maintaining wearability? Immense. With such fab style ingredients, the new Peter Pilotto fall 2020 collection definitely manages to become a fab source of insight for those who never settle for plain pieces and have the courage to explore new style territories constantly. We sure hope to see many more interesting looks at this London Fashion Week edition.
Photos courtesy of Peter Pilotto