Peter Do Showcases Minimal SS21 Collection, Produced Under Quarantine
The Insta-famous label delivers the range, which was originally scheduled to debut back in June.
Swiftly rising to fame for its minimal aesthetics, Peter Do became a name to watch this year as a finalist for the 2020 LVMH Prize and nominee for CFDA‘s emerging designer award. As the world continues to experience a socially distanced year, the label has unveiled its Spring/Summer 2021 collection, a lineup entirely created during quarantine.
Originally scheduled to debut in June during Paris Fashion Week Men’s, the newest range boasts both minimal yet statement-making looks. Kicking off the lookbook is a selection of leather pieces, including a midi dress paired with loose-fitted trousers. Highlighting Do’s signature aesthetic are looks featuring a matching suit set that can be worn for both formal and casual settings, along with bold, chunky boots and a coat reminiscent of outfits seen in The Matrix. Striking pieces are spotted throughout the collection, such as an oversized shoulder bag, followed by an outerwear option that combines a shirt and jacket into one.
For more daily, versatile looks, Do presents relaxed sweaters and pants in a muted color palette of beige and ivory, in addition to all-black sets of bags, boots, coats and more. Further accentuating the range are a sheer, white strapless jumpsuit and a patchworked fur jacket. Rounding off the lookbook, maxi dresses take the spotlight with cut-out details.
Take a full look at Peter Do’s SS21 range in the gallery above. You can expect the ready-to-wear items to arrive at the label’s online store for pre-order in the coming months.