Péro by Aneeth Arora Spring Summer 2018

When: February 2, 2018

Textiles as the Beginning

Péro by Aneeth Arora Limited Edition Denim Jacket #16 with Embroidered Flowers

Textiles are an intrinsic part of fashion. For Péro by Aneeth Arora, it is incredibly important, because it is often the starting point. As a textile graduate from the National Institute of Design (of Ahmedabad, India), Aneeth Arora goes to great lengths to create the fabrics used in the Indian fashion line.

As part of the first step, Péro works with artisans from Chanderi, Maheshwar, West Bengal, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and more, all who handloom and dye the fabrics for each collection. After all, the Indian tradition of handcraft is emphasized throughout the design process. Because of Aneeth’s textile background, the textiles are developed with great care. In fact, the textiles, garment sewing, and handmade details all follow the traditional practice of passing through many skilled hands before completion.

Spring/Summer 2018

Péro by Aneeth Arora Embroidered Floral Sheer Top in Natural

For spring, we see lightweight materials, such as cotton, linen, and silk. Florals, stripes, and gingham are combined and used throughout the SS18 collection. The feminine colors such as natural and creams, red, and accents of pink contrast the dark navy blue.

Familiar voluminous shapes are seen using these new colors, yet with new added details. These have become part of Péro’s language of approachable style, which is both feminine and cool. New details, all handcrafted and attached, such as embroidery styles also are included in this season. Limited edition and one-of-a-kind pieces have unique embroidery and embellishments. On the other hand, other pieces have dainty floral embroidery and knotted thread details on the gingham grid.

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