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Forbes Living features 4.collective's sophisticated, stylish dresses designed to outfit the on-the-go woman.

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Feb. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The producers of Forbes Living are excited to announce that 4.collective, a new contemporary dress line, will be featured in an upcoming segment as part of their "Fashion Apparel and Accessories" series.  This half-hour talk show is hosted by Forbes Riley, an award-winning TV host in the D2C industry, author, entrepreneur, mother, and one of the nation's leading health and wellness experts. 

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Many women today are balancing numerous priorities and responsibilities.  From careers to family to extra curricular activities, it's hard to keep up with fashion.   The 4.collective dress line helps women make an easy and stylish transition from day to evening in sophisticated, fun, and perfectly fitted dresses.

The brand was started by a team of four female designers, who wanted to provide the modern woman with a well-priced, design-driven wardrobe staple that could take them from desk-to-dinner.  In a break from industry tradition, 4.collective's designers have chosen to remain anonymous, allowing the focus to be on the customers they serve.  Femininity, sophistication, and the perfect fit are at the heart of every piece, so that women can feel stylish and beautiful.  Each collection varies in design, but materials often include silk crepe de chine, ponte, tweed, jacquard, jersey, and cotton, all sourced from Italy.  Silhouettes are designed to be flattering for a variety of female body types so that every woman has the perfect fit. The Forbes Living TV segment features 4.collective's sophisticated, stylish dresses designed to outfit the on-the-go woman.

"The 4.collective team is so excited to be working with Forbes Living," said Elaine Chang, General Manager of 4.collective's Investor's Office.  "Forbes speaks to women in a unique and uplifting way. Our ultimate objective is to dress women so they look good and feel good. It is an honor to work with Forbes in this capacity."

Forbes Riley, recently named America's Most Loved Health & Fitness Innovator, is known for bringing affordable, high-quality fitness, health and household products to consumers world-wide. Known for being a sharp product developer and evaluator, Riley is famous for launching products that solve tough challenges and make everyday life easier. Her expert marketing strategies have earned her the "billion dollar host" moniker.  She is an inductee in the Fitness Hall of Fame, the successful businesswoman behind the popular Spin Gym and the author of "E.A.T.  A Journal for What You Eat and What's Eating You". Riley's website and social media sites boast a huge following.  She also has a regular presence on networks including ESPN, TLC, Fit-TV, Animal Planet, ABC Family, and Home Shopping Network.

About Forbes Living

The groundbreaking talk show combines the most highly recognized product spokeswoman with new and innovative products designed to engage viewers in a fun, informative, and entertaining fashion. Watch out for upcoming broadcasts on WeTV – Women's Entertainment™, Lifetime Real Women™, the Esquire Network™, FOX™, ABC™ and ION™ Broadcast stations and Regional News Networks. Join the interactive fun with Forbes Living TV on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages. The show's website provides a contact form that business owners can fill out to receive more information. Forbes Living is an FR Media production.

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Media Contact: Kyra Burton, Forbes Living, 727-564-9327, [email protected]

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