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Peter Pilotto Collaborates With Liberty and Blows up Some Paisley

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London designer Peter Pilotto and co-designer Christopher de Vos have collaborated with Liberty, the iconic British textile house, on Pilotto's fall 2010 collection prints. "The results are utterly stunning as the traditional paisley print is blown up huge and others blended, splashed and faded," reports Dazed Digital. It's a perfect match for Pilotto, whose label has become synonymous with bold, innovative prints and graphics.
· Peter Pilotto's Liberty Print [Dazed Digital]