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Catwalk Review: Peter Pilotto A/W 2011/12

17/03/2011 19:24 | Updated 22 May 2015

DESIGNERS: Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos

THE INSPIRATION: 'Iconic movements, from the Russian Revolution to the Paris riots, to today's current backdrop of political unrest and student revolution.'

WHO WAS THERE: Yasmin Le Bon, looking so utterly stunning, we were shamed into swapping our breakfast muffin for a carrot juice and apple

THE ACCESSORIES: Fierce Nicholas Kirkwood leather boots (if Kate Middleton hasn't single-handedly revived the trend for knee-high boots, these should certainly do the trick).

KEY LOOKS: Deconstructed tailoring, long wool coats and floor-sweeping tunic dresses

WHAT WE THOUGHT: Known for their stunning use of prints, Peter Pilotto toughened up this season, using chain-mail, barbed-wire and edgy-mesh print motifs, albeit on luxe silks and soft wool georgette. After all, a girl might want to start a fashion revolution, but she wants to feel comfortable while she's at it.

See our favourite looks in the gallery below:
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