Peter Pilotto’s Spring 2010 presentation was full of chic mini dress in bold colours.
Designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos vision was dusty, sun bleached landscapes of far-flung destinations.
I loved the prints which reminded me of the sun rising burning out the dark sky, or a dark yet colourful bonfire night.
The common colour was grey, often mixed with burnt orange or azure blue.
The mini dresses were far from typical, they were twisted, draped pleated and embellished to dramatic effect.
Despite the heavy colours everything felt really light.
It wasn’t only mini dresses that were featured. Jackets, high-waisted shorts, pleat-front pants, twisted skirts in layers of hidden pleats and tucks, cinched with belts.
The models looked powerful as they stomped the runway in their Nicholas Kirkwood heels.
This was a very enjoyable presentation, and I hope to see many of the pieces on the red carpet.
Here are some picture I took from my front row seat.
Can you spot the famous face in the background?
This is the finale which I shot on my camera.
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