Peter Pilotto Target Collection Preview

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Peter Pilotto has previewed its new collection for Target.

The line for the US retailer is full of vibrant prints and feminine silhouettes which are synonymous with the label.

It has also been announced that selected items from the line will also be available internationally on Net-a-Porter.

“Since Peter Pilotto is a British brand, it was really important to their team that some pieces from the line be available internationally,” a rep from Net-a-Porter told StyleCaster at the press preview. “It should be exciting to see how it does, especially since we fully expect it to sell out on”

Bold colours adorn nearly every item in the collection.

Dresses dominate the line and come in a variety of cuts, from prom style to bodycon, dropped hem to cap-sleeved tea-style.

Blouses are also popular in the range, including a long line sleeveless blouse with a collar in a pale blue, black and white mixed print.

Long sleeved options are also available such as a scoop neck top with a red, blue and white floral print.

One stand out piece is a tailored jacket with on-trend geometric panels and a mint green collar. It also boasts shoulder details with a black belt and zips at the cuffs.

Smaller items such as bags, purses and bikinis are also available and the matching prints run across varying items which means people can match their accessories to their outfit.

Prices vary from $15 to $80 and the range will be available from February 9 both in store and online.

Peter Pilotto is the latest brand to team up with the retailer, following the footsteps of Missoni, Jean Paul Gaultier and Zac Posen. Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos are the designers behind the label.

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