Polish designer Pjotr (pronounced ‘pyo-ter’, originating from Polish name Piotr/Peter) has created a basic line of androgynous and unisex styles with a modern concept. Or technically speaking, Pjotr is one product that can be worn in five different ways – a t-shirt, tunic, dress, cardigan and a coat.
The ingenuity of the product was inspired from the idea to meet the everyday need. And this is one well-made, multi-wear clothing item that actually works in a frill-less and non-gimmicky manner, making it an easy and wearable piece.
In his fall 2011 campaign, Pjotr showcases his unisex garments through home-grown Polish faces — Kamil Milczarek and Julia Jedrzejewska.
This is ActuallyActually’s first venture into Polish labels and as always, it is excited to present young potential designers to its customers and friends. Pjotr basics will be available exclusively in 7 essential colours at ActuallyActually from end-November. All basics are retailing at S$155. ActuallyActually is located at 16 Purvis Street, second floor.
For more information on Pjotr basics, visit http://www.facebook.com/pjotrbasics.