Peter Pilotto NET-A-PORTER Clothing For Women
Peter Pilotto presented a Spring '18 collection drenched in color inside a deco salon at the Waldorf in London. Designed in a powdery blush hue, this midi skirt is cut from weighty satin and ruched along one side with a thigh-high slit. Try yours with clashing pastels – we love it paired with the label's mint ruched top.
Peter Pilotto's sweater is expertly knitted from multicolored cotton-blend yarns using an intricate jacquard technique - the resulting pattern is very graphic and follows the shape of your body. It's spun for a relaxed fit with voluminous sleeves and a deep V back. Try styling it sloping off one shoulder.
Pastel hues dominated Peter Pilotto's Spring '18 runway during London Fashion Week. Part of the collection, this top is cut from mint satin and has gold-tipped ties to adjust the ruching at the front. Style yours with the label's blush midi skirt and white accessories.
As soon as we spotted Peter Pilotto's midi skirt on the Spring '18 runway we had to have it, and opted for this rich midnight-blue version. Made from satin-jacquard woven with a graphic leaf pattern, it sits high on the waist and is cut on the bias for a breezy, asymmetric shape. Coordinate the elegant ruching to your shirt or top.
Peter Pilotto's dress is woven with graphic checks that follow the contours of your body. It has a smooth blush stretch-silk lining that highlights the intricacy of the open-knit design. Emphasize the elegant asymmetric hem with bare legs and mules.
A version of this blouse opened Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos' Spring '18 show at the Waldorf Hotel in London. Made from stretch-jersey, it's decorated with multicolored stripes inspired by the designers' trip to tropical regions of Japan and has knotted ties that emphasize your waist. The hem can be left loose or tucked into high-waisted skirts and jeans alike.
Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos look to the ancient Japanese art of ikebana flower arranging for their Spring '18 collection. Printed with a colorful patchwork of floral sketches, this draped crepe dress has a wrap-effect front and falls to an asymmetric tiered hem. Wear yours with pastel boots or white mules.
Peter Pilotto's Spring '18 collection takes its cue from paintings by the Japanese/English artist Peter McDonald - his color-saturated works evoke a sense of peace and hopefulness. Designed in mint, this skirt is cut from substantial rippling satin with ruching at the side. The midi length looks particularly cool paired with ankle boots.
When Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos came in to chat about their Resort '18 capsule, they mentioned how a trip to Portugal inspired the print on this dress - it was like looking up at the stars through trees. This fluid style is cut from pure silk and has asymmetric ruffled trims for movement and volume. Wear yours with statement hoops and mules.
Creative Directors Peter Pilotto and Cristopher de Vos were struck by a tapestry during a recent trip to Portugal - it inspired the intricate pattern on this midi dress. Cut from soft flocked chiffon, this piece elegantly drapes over the body, cinching at the waist and falling to a layered asymmetric hem. The high neck and cap sleeves are perfect if you prefer a little more coverage during special occasions.
The print on this dress is inspired by the ornate tapestries that Creative Directors Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos discovered on a recent trip to Portugal. This silk-jacquard piece has a high neckline and falls to a tiered, handkerchief hem. Sweep your hair to the side to highlight the oversized ties at the back.
You only have to take one look at our Peter Pilotto edit to see what we love about the collection - it's full of rich textures, patterns and color. This navy blouse is cut from chiffon patterned with lustrous devoré blooms and comes with a silk camisole for coverage. Knot the pussy-bow ties at the front or back.
Creative Directors Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos told us that the pattern on this blouse is inspired by artwork discovered on a recent trip to Portugal. Cut from pink satin-jacquard, it has a wrap-around silhouette to create a flattering V-neckline that's kept in place with a snap-fastening strap. We particularly like the elegant draped sleeves.
Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos draw inspiration from the beautiful patterns, textures and colors they discovered on a recent trip to Portugal. These pants are woven with sparkling blue, green and antique-rose threads to create a graphic floral motif. Highlight the contrasting white striped waistband with a tucked-in shirt.
Peter Pilotto's top is jacquard-woven with a mosaic pattern that was designed in-house and inspired by Portuguese artwork. The wrap front is ruched to define and flatter your waist, while extra-wide kimono sleeves are perfect for showing off a stack of gold cuffs. Wear yours with slim jeans.
This skirt opened Peter Pilotto's Spring '18 show in the Palm Court of London's Waldorf Hilton Hotel - it's striped with the misty pastels seen all over the collection. The jersey piece has a flattering wrap-effect waist, falling to a handkerchief hem with plenty of movement. Keep the focus on the '70s-inspired print and ground it with white mules.
When Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos visited our London offices, they told us about their recent trip to Portugal - the Creative Directors were inspired to create the print on this dress after looking up at the stars through trees. Part of the Resort '18 lineup, it's cut from fluid silk-jacquard and has languid, split sleeves that sway elegantly as you move.
Peter Pilotto carefully considers the placement of each pattern in his designs to ensure it's as flattering as possible. Take this crepe 'Cadi' dress - it's printed with abstract florals that gently disperse from the dipped hem to the nipped-in waist and single shoulder, all the while drawing the eye upwards and in. Complement the midnight-blue base with tonal heels.
Creative Directors Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos often travel to far-flung destinations to source inspiration for each collection - they're especially drawn to colorful patterns and bold colors. Striped with clashing hues, this cotton-poplin wrap dress has exaggerated flutter sleeves and falls to an asymmetric handkerchief hem. Style yours with metallic accessories.
Peter Pilotto is a master of contrasting colors and textures. Made from sturdy cady, these culottes have a wide, breezy shape and lustrous white and burnt-orange satin stripes along each side. The high-rise waist is emphasized by contrasting stitching, so be sure to tuck in your shirt or top to show it off.
Peter Pilotto's Spring '18 collection is a sea of signature prints and sorbet shades, like this silk dress which debuted at the show. Saturated by a contrasting 'Botanical' print, it has flared sleeves and a plunging neckline with a tie-front detail. Highlight the fluid midi hemline with white sandals - or ankle boots, like the runway.
When chatting with us, Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos explained how important fit is to their designs. The multicolored cady and wool-blend panels of this skirt are thoughtfully placed to flatter your figure. To prevent the asymmetric hem from trailing on the floor, we suggest wearing it with high heels.
Creative Directors Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos draw inspiration from Portugal's natural landscapes and the artwork they spotted there on a recent trip. These straight-leg pants are cut from metallic blue, copper and rose gold floral-patterned jacquard and have a high waist accentuated by white striped trims. Offset the shine with sleek black separates.