W H E N Asna and I left the Peachoo + Krejberg show we made our way through the (slightly-less) rainy streets. On a little side street beneath some trees we waited before a set of impressive bronze doors. They were sculpted in bas-relief with tribal images and when finally opened, revealed a completely different scene than the last show:
Asna and I were really impressed with the collection (or what we could see of it). Fitting with the theme, there were a lot of tribal elements, but there were some great knit pieces as well. In particular I liked an off-white sweater-dress, and the small, tasseled, purses. The designer, Pierre Antoine Vettorello, presented a solid collection that was playful, wearable, would be really fun to photograph.
We thought about staying and chatting and trying to get a better view of the collection- but we had to move on.
The night was young and there was another collection to view.
Jonathan Randall Grant