Meet my biggest obsession and what I’ve been blogging and reblogging non-stop on Tumblr for the past 7 months: Peter Do, a New York-based brand founded just last year by old Céline alumnus, Peter Do, who worked for the brand under Phoebe Philo for 2 years, who won the LVMH Prize for graduates in 2014, and who has taken minimal luxe fashion to a whole new level with his clean yet playful designs and elegant yet architectural silhouettes.
Speaking of architecture, according to his own site: Peter’s work was noticed by the late Zaha Hadid. Shortly before her passing, he was selected to collaborate on a conversation about innovation. The project was posthumously presented by Zaha Hadid Design. How incredible is that?
“The woman I am speaking to is not your typical fashion follower. Glamour doesn’t interest her in a conventional way – she’s defining a new kind of glamour.”, explained Do in an AnOther Mag interview. Those words alone speak to my soul.
To say I feel identified with every single piece of clothing and accessories (those PVC sandals are to die for!) is an understatement. However, it’s these napkin asymmetrical skirts what immediately caught my eye and which have been on top of my wishlist ever since their pre-launch in September last year and that are already available in selected stores since December.
Peter Do’s 2019 collection will also be available at Net-A-Porter very soon this month according to himself on his Instagram account.
Scroll down below to see some of my favorite pieces and looks of his well-crafted and unconventional designs.
“Minimal Luxe Style With An Architectural T
An extensive background and numerous skills in architectural design, a lifelong passion for art, and a penchant for culture has provided Laura Dittrich, a visual storyteller based in Germany, with a keen eye for aesthetics and a unique creative vision materialized through aesthetic visuals such as cinemagraphs and experimental video content in the form of outfit editorials (cinematorials).
Fashion Landscape offers a mixture of fashion, fine art, architecture, lifestyle, and interior design.
Her style can be described as ‘Minimal Luxe’, i.e. a reinterpretation of architectural, structured garments and trends in an elegant and sophisticated manner focusing mainly on contemporary and luxury labels … Read more
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