Peter Do – Vietnamese-born designer impressed the beauty-loving public at New York Fashion Week with designs inspired by his motherland.
Peter Do immigrated to the US with his family when he was 14 years old. Although he was far from his hometown since he was a teenager, his love for the place of “buried belly button” still has a persistent vitality. This time, “Quo Huong” was also the inspiration for him to create his new collection.
Participating in New York Fashion Week, Peter Do brings to this playground a fashion collection called Home. In the BST, he is still faithful to the fashion style minimalism – minimalism has become a trademark and associated with its name. Those are all highly applicable outfits that can be worn every day but still very luxurious to participate in big and small events.
Peter added accents to the outfit with motifs such as roses and lotus flowers, which were inspired by his childhood memories, when his mother embroidered those same flowers on the family’s personal clothes.
Outstanding designs in the BST Home by Peter Do are trench coats, blazers, trousers, shirts, long skirts inspired by the ao dai. The Ao Dai appeared in many different shapes and in various materials such as glossy satin, organza, sand silk, and thin wool. Some designs are studded with crystals to create a more eye-catching effect for the outfit.
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