PETER DO

Meet New York’s most exciting new talent. Vietnamese designer Peter Do, who spent two years working under Phoebe Philo at Céline, is rewriting the rules of the modern woman’s wardrobe with a slightly subversive, ultra high-quality take on sophisticated staples. Spring spotlights his Spacer fabric—a thin yet insulated, wrinkle-free, and washable material that he developed during his studies at Fashion Institute of Technology. Find it in an impeccably-tailored blazer, pleated skirt, and woven into skin-tight knits, alongside lust-worthy vegan leather separates.
Editors' pick: the belted bolero and the slim scarlet-red suit.

PETER DO

Meet New York’s most exciting new talent. Vietnamese designer Peter Do, who spent two years working under Phoebe Philo at Céline, is rewriting the rules of the modern woman’s wardrobe with a slightly subversive, ultra high-quality take on sophisticated staples. Spring spotlights his Spacer fabric—a thin yet insulated, wrinkle-free, and washable material that he developed during his studies at Fashion Institute of Technology. Find it in an impeccably-tailored blazer, pleated skirt, and woven into skin-tight knits, alongside lust-worthy vegan leather separates.
Editors' pick: the belted bolero and the slim scarlet-red suit.

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