For Péro’s first spring delivery, designer Aneeth Aurora returns to fabled flora.
Daisies, daffodils and buttercups crop up across the collection — both harbingers of spring and the feeling of renewal that accompanies it.
In the quintessential Péro way, the delicate flowers appear in many decorative forms — as embroidery, eyelets, layered applique and intricate beading that all seem to sprout directly from the garments themselves.
Rendered in cheery yellow and cornflower blue, Aneeth’s fabrics float across the skin.
Her choice of handwoven cotton and silk make her airy silhouettes somehow even lighter — cascading in double and triple layers down the form.
When combined with Aneeth’s fresh florals, the collection exudes the joy of spring.
“There are always flowers for those who want to see them.”
— Henri Matisse