The Peter Pilotto SS20 show was the brand’s Milan Fashion Week debut and this time they decided to bring the boys along. Yup, they showcased their first ever menswear pieces this season. Bermuda shorts and workwear injected some gender neutral vibes to the classically feminine Peter Pilotto silhouettes and we’re definitely here for it.
Design duo Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos didn’t forget about the ladies though. They sent smudged florals and acid pastels down the runway, with models resembling symbolist paintings in the flowing looks. It wouldn’t be a Peter Pilotto show without an all-over print, so of course, there were plenty of those to be found too.
Unlike many of the more high concept shows at Milan, Peter Pilotto’s take on the new season was totally wearable. The key? Flattering separates, jewel tones and sumptuous silk. Three of our favourite things.
For the runway beauty looks, make-up artist Inge Grognard drew inspiration from the vibrant colours of the clothes. Effortless and festival-inspired with a dose of playful elegance, the models all had dewy, healthy-looking skin and just a touch of vivid colour on the eyes.
Follow it up by coating your lashes with layers of our Lash Sophisticate High Definition Mascara. If you’re feeling adventurous, use a neon green, orange or pink pigment to draw unique patterns along the brow bone or top lash line. Have fun with it and don’t worry too much. It’s only make-up after all and you can easily wipe it off and start again.Finish the look by applying Matte Velour lipstick in Lima all over the lips. The result is a pigmented, full-looking pout that’s perfectly moisturized and ready for festival shenanigans. And that's it!
Whether you’re going to recreate this look at Coachella next year or just wear it next time you’re out in Chelsea, you’re most definitely going to turn heads.