Fashion month continues with London Fashion Week, and Interviewphotographers Louise Damgaard, Vita Hewison, and Alice Lubbock arebackstage and front row at our favorite shows. Check in daily and followLouise, Vita, and Alice on Interview’s Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, for the latest updates.
Peter Pilotto’s graphic prints have always drawn on a wide array of inspirations: tropical Indonesia, matadors, the art of Ken Price, illuminated manuscripts. This season was no exception: the design house looked to the hills, devising psychedelic mountain range motifs and leaf-shaped beads, affixed to black dresses and coats. Elsewhere, tiny replicated cheerleaders and sailors created frantic patterns, waving pom-poms and standing at attention. Between it all, swarms of jagged lines proliferated into geometric arrangements. Purple and orange fur trim adorned a few sweaters. A handful of color block dresses made way for empty space–but with co-designer Christopher De Vos’s drapery en plein air, there was no shortage of things to admire.
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