London Fashion Week: Peter Pilotto Autumn/Winter 2014

14/08/2014 16:40 | Updated 20 May 2015

When it comes to fabulous print fusions and sharp, standout colourways Peter Pilotto are masters. The Autumn/Winter 2014 catwalk proved that a Pilotto lady is about trans-seasonal wares that tick both sleek sports gear and fabulously formal boxes.

Yes, that recent collaboration with Target has us all hot under the collar but Monday's line up has us seriously hyped for what's to come. Mountain peak landscapes mixed with luxe, lavish embroidered prints across monochrome, fuschia and orange colourways.

Plunging, halter and strapless dresses contrasted with roll-neck jumpers, jackets and knitwear. The vibe was hybrid, glossy and decadent.

Peter Pilotto: Runway - London Fashion Week AW14

Style need-to-knows from the show are...

1. Print on print. More is much, much more. Do it, go top to toe in Pilotto's edgy print pieces.

2. Dresses are head-turning, decorated and completely dynamic.

3. Coloured, high-neck fur detailing is how to do glamour. Fur trim sleeves, cuffs and collars too.

4. Knitwear is textured - think ribbed effect - boxy, asymmetric and adorned with jewels.

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