The Peter Pilotto duo is experiencing a sort of golden era at present. Not least because this Autumn/Winter 15 collection is yet another elevation from the last, but lets not forget the previous twelve months, which saw a triumph with the BFC/Vogue Fashion Fund Prize and the record sales of the Target collaborative collection which sold like hot cakes on Net-a-porter. These are great times for the young label. 

The design motif's seem to represent doodles, like a wondering mind. Not in the unfocussed sense but more the creatively explorative sense. A retro colour palette drew maze like patterns on bright light cream and whites. In fact the whole collection shone with a lighter and brighter colour palette than its predecessor. Light orange, greens and pinks felt playful, like a game of snakes and ladders. 

Elsewhere, the designers continued to demonstrate their strength in print and pattern, with the complex and intricate clash-match print work, for which they are so well known.