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10 Pics That Prove Off Shoulder Tops Are Here to Stay

For those who can't part with their clavicle-barers.
There comes a point in every trend's life when it must decide: Should I stay or should I go? The off shoulder top, which has been trending for a couple of seasons now, is one of them. A fave of 60s icon

Peter Pilotto Bags The Bfc/vogue Fashion Fund

Peter Pilotto bags the BFC/Vogue Fashion Fund
Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos already had an awesome start for 2014, with a much buzzed about Target collaboration, the Peter Pilotto label's fame willsurely soar up. The fashion gods might be looking over him very well—his brand won the sought-after BFC/Vogue

Peter Pilotto For Target Lookbook, Anyone?

Peter Pilotto for Target Lookbook, Anyone?
We're serving early lunch, ladies. The Peter Pilotto for Target lookbook is now available for our viewing pleasure. If only the brand and collection were available here... We waited three months for this and now, we can finally decide which items we

Peter Pilotto X Target

One of the largest discount retailers, Target, has recently announced who they are collaborating with for their Spring 2014 collection. After a successful partnership with Philip Lim for their Fall 2013 line (which we’re sure you’re still trying to get your hands

The Print Masters At Peter Pilotto

Style Bible chats with one half of the design duo, Peter Pilotto.
Don’t be confused. Peter Pilotto is both the designer and the brand. However, Peter Pilotto the brand is composed of two equally talented designers: half-Austrian, half-Italian Peter Pilotto and half-Belgian, half-Peruvian Christopher De Vos. (Ed's Note: Peter Pilotto the designer explains this

Asia Fashion Exchange 2013

Singapore is currently Asia’s leading fashion hub and here’s why.
Singapore Fashion Week has been running as an annual event since 2001 but it was in 2010 when organizers cultivated it as a more integrated lifestyle concept, officially calling it Asia Fashion Exchange. Since then, both public and private sectors have been