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Peter Pilotto's Target Collab Won't Cannibalize the Main Line

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The 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target collection was incredibly derivative of the main line, but that's not so much the case with Peter Pilotto's offerings for the mass retailer. While a number of the brand's hallmarks are front and center—wild print mixing, flattering illusions at the waist, graphically asymmetric hems—very little in the capsule looks like it walked right off the British brand's catwalk.

Additionally, the brand has experimented with swimwear for the first time, and is offering accessories like sunglasses and slip-on sneakers, which you certainly don't see at their London Fashion Week shows. Not all hope is lost, PP fans on a budget: After the jump, we have five of your best bets for nabbing Pilotto signatures at Target price points.

· A Complete Guide to Crushing Peter Pilotto x Target [Racked]
· It's Here! The Full Peter Pilotto for Target Lookbook Is Here! [Racked]
· 10 Phillip Lim x Target Looks Pulled Straight From The Main Line [Racked]