PEET DULLAERT

Working under the slogan “tailored to liberate,” the Dutch designer is known for stretchy silk pleating that seductively hugs the body. Evening dresses aside (which look amazing against skin), his pieces can be worn layered, either as tunics over pants of the same fabric, or thrown over shirting. This season comes inspired by “Triangle d'Or” in Paris, symbolizing the triangular connection between the moon, sun and earth in an attempt to raise awareness to our interconnectedness. (Dullaert has long been an environmentalist, and a portion of every purchase goes to helping the environment.)

PEET DULLAERT

Working under the slogan “tailored to liberate,” the Dutch designer is known for stretchy silk pleating that seductively hugs the body. Evening dresses aside (which look amazing against skin), his pieces can be worn layered, either as tunics over pants of the same fabric, or thrown over shirting. This season comes inspired by “Triangle d'Or” in Paris, symbolizing the triangular connection between the moon, sun and earth in an attempt to raise awareness to our interconnectedness. (Dullaert has long been an environmentalist, and a portion of every purchase goes to helping the environment.)

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