Described as an "army of youthful revolutionaries" Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos referenced the Russian revolution to today's current riots in Egypt and Libya in their A/W '11 collection.

Utilitarian tailoring underpinned this collection, which saw the fluid nature of the pieces saw loose trousers, draping, and deconstructed crushed velvet dresses. Other items on the agenda included a digital chain print, fringed trousers, heavy woollen coats and clashing fabrics and prints. Lots of layers and movement, and wrapping of garments which captured the fight from restriction to freedom in today's global political environment.