Peet Dullaert

PEET DULLAERT CAMP AW1314 READYTOWEAR 1 LR Peet Dullaert Gets Topsy Turvy with Fall 2013 Campaign by Meinke Klein

Roundabout – For a third consecutive season, Dutch designer Peet Dullaert enlists photography duo Meinke Klein to shoot his campaign for the fall 2013 season. Model Vivian Witjes poses in askew poses for the autumn-winter advertisements complete with Roman-style columns reflecting the structure of the clothing. The dark-haired beauty also wears Dullaert’s rendez-vous, voile, and Limited Jewelry collections in the intriguing snaps.

LINDA SPIERINGS LR Peet Dullaert Presents Muses With Extraordinary Lives

Linda Spierings started her career in the 80s and worked with notable photographers such as Irving Penn. She was also the face of the first ever Comme des Garçons campaign.

Four Muses – Designer Peet Dullaert styled and interviewed four woman who have worked in fashion as muses and important creatives in the industry. “It is not so much about age, or the trend topic of models and women that are of a different age then the usual. It is about women in fashion that have achieved so much! That inspire so much! Their stories, their devotion, their support and their love,” says Dullaert. Zuleika Ponsen, Linda Spierings, Josephine Colsen and Rebecca Ayoko posed for Meinke Klein in the black and white portraits.

peet4 Svea Kloosterhof Stars in Peet Dullaerts Spring 2013 Campaign by Meinke Klein

A New Perspective – Dutch designer Peet Dullaert enlists photography duo Meinke Klein for his spring 2013 campaign, starring model Svea Kloosterhof. Wearing aristocratic style with bejeweled embellishments and spring brights styled by Sonny Groo, Svea embodies the season’s spirit with an offbeat elegance. / Makeup by Chiao Li Hsu, Hair by Jennifer Mackintosh

peet1 Peet Dullaerts Spring 2013 Collection Features Bold Prints and Aristocratic Style

Fabienne – Dutch designer Peet Dullaert embraces aristocratic style with a shock of bold shapes and patterns for his eponymous label’s spring 2013 collection. The classic refinement of cocktail dresses and pantsuits gives way to crystal embroideries, graphic prints and bright colors. Sharp lines and collars evoking the Victorian era are finished with sheer organza inserts and decorated sleeves. A focus on pantsuits and blazers gives a menswear influence to the classic staples. / Photos by Meinke Klein, Styling by Sonny Groo, Hair and Make up by Chiao Li Hsu