Iconic Czech brand Pietro Filipi did not miss out on this year's Prague fashion Week. Therefore, if eccentric designers are not your thing and you don’t really enjoy wild models, you are at the right address. Pietro Filipi presented a proven classic, which, however, certainly does not get old.
Luxurious materials, perfectly fitting cuts and captivating color palette that you will love at first glance. The new Pietro Filipi collection is a pleasure to look at. A brand that has been on the market for nearly thirty years simply knows what people are craving and calling for – it’s wearable fashion and that they do get. At the same time, the braand comes up with a new concept called "Respect what you feel," which offers a deep dive into one’s soul.
"We at Pietro Filipi believe that fashion has a vital role in the future. The role of helping us find and express who we really are..."
And we actually did find ourselves in the new collection. We also found several models that we need to get into our wardrobes. Autumn in gloomy colors? No way!
On the other hand, the brand presented pieces that do not need to flash all possible colors, because they are stunning all by themselves! We loved the vests on the charismatic Patrick Jane in The Mentalist, and immediately fell for this piece by Pietro Filipi. Gentlemen, do you want women to fall for you all the time? Then grab yours. This is a powerful weapon!
This seemingly minimalist piece has also taken care of the wow effect and it is thought out to the last detail... or button? Black coat combined with a turtleneck, luxurious loafers and stylish trousers in a khaki shade is the perfect choice for any occasion.
"Specifically with this collection I was inspired by converting feelings into the form of clouds, which constantly flow across the sky, changing colors and shape, but beneath them still remains something immutable, something that goes beyond us that we are an integral part of. This for me is the theme of the present time, to find our connection with nature and the planet that we are one with and that we need to take care of as well as about ourselves,"
The luxury collection FW20-SS21 goes hand in hand with the brand’s new vision which sees the future of retail primarily in sustainability. Therefore, some time ago, the brand decided, among other things, to end all discounts.
"The epidemic pointed out that in there is a huge amount of clothing in the world that is sold out unreasonably and too cheap. Collections are developed inefficiently and everything is unnecessarily fast. One buys the same thing over and over again with little change. Fashion trends are a world of their own, living a life that’s kind of detached from the customer,“
Pietro Filipi deserves a thumbs up from us this year. After the fierce fashion creations we've seen on MBPFW in recent days, these elegant pieces are a ready-made balm for the soul!
The good old Czech brand Pietro Filipi did not disappoint. It is clean, elegant, you could say perfect. It does not get out of line. Maybe that's why I like it, because it is conservative. But let’s not kid ourselves, you’re not going to catch anyone’s eye. You'll fit in the crowd.
Classic. There's nothing in this model that puritans, librarians or hard-core businesswomen disagree with. Or communists. At the time, there was nothing but black and grey, except today we have materials that don’t itch, thank God. Black never ruins anything, besides, it has a slimming effect as everyone knows. Recently, I noticed that it’s worn by those women that you can describe as quietly fierce. They look very modest and like they can slap a man for asking them out, but when their coat and turtleneck is thrown off, they turn into a dragon that will kick you out in the morning.
Satin is an amazing material. I love sleeping in it in the summer because it cools you down. Also, if I want to be pretty for my partner, I'll put on some nice satin lingerie. It's bad if you overdo it and you also have satin sheets. During seduction you might slide off the bed... Well, that's a different story. Anyway, I like this outfit. But aside from adding pounds, I'm not really sure if I should go to work or go to bed...?
You may have noticed that I don't like green. Again I will repeat - green can only be on a Christmas tree. And this jacket is just a parody of the Christmas tree. All it’s missing is ornaments. If by some mistake you find yourself lost in the woods in this jacket, you can be sure that you won’t freeze, I’m sure it works as a sleeping bag too, plus you won’t have to worry about wildlife attacks as this colour is great for camouflage.
At the end of the day, though, I would give a thumbs up to the show. Pietro Filipi just stays in its line and people like it, including me.