Written by Eromosele Patrick Eidusi
It’s on record that all eyes were on Beyoncé when she attended the Grammys- her first public appearance since announcing her pregnancy – back in February.
She was seen wearing two custom outfits by Peter Dundas, and it was then that the veteran designer decided to announce he was launching an eponymous line.
Last night, the collection, called Dundas, finally debuted at the Paris haute couture shows.
Dundas has been creative director for 10years, leading design at Emmanuel Ungaro, Emilio Pucci, and Roberto Cavalli, where he stepped down in October 2016.
Dundas debuts first as a capsule collection with Moda Operandi, where it will be exclusively available to shoe starting July 7. A partnership with Farfetch will follow.
The designer is working with his romantic, and now business partner Evangelo Bousis-both recently appeared at the Cannes Fil Festival with Emily Ratajkowaki (who wore a memorable custom lace design).
He described his collection as “an image moment” that is “going to be things my girls will be really into: for sure some special occasion things that make you feel like you’re the only girl in the room, but also tailoring.”
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