After the hype and great success of The Target Spring Designer Line (Christopher John Rogers! Rixo! Alexis!), The retailer returns with a fall collection just as filled with amazing labels. On Monday, he announced that in September Victor Glemaud, Nili Lotan, Rachel Comey and Sandy Liang will be launching more than 180 pieces of clothing and accessories, most of them under $ 50 and in sizes ranging from XXS to 4X. I mean, it’s basically every fashionista’s dream come true.
The fall collection will be available online and in select Target stores in September (although more details on the exact date will come later) for a limited time only. But let’s face it: things will sell out VERY quickly. Prices range from $ 15 to $ 80, so you can grab a few collectibles and not feel bad about your bank account.
“Over the past 20 years, our guests have continued to express their enthusiasm when we introduce them to new and emerging designers from around the world, all at an incredible price,” said Jill Sando, Executive Vice President and Chief Merchandising Officer by Target, in a press release. “This fall, we’re building on that heritage and bringing together four dynamic and highly regarded designers to present an inclusive, on-trend and timeless fashion collection to reinvigorate guest wardrobes for the season.
If you need a little insight on each label, Victor Glemaud focuses on fun multi-colored knits and color blocking; Rachel Comey embodies the Brooklyn aesthetic with her clogs, light dresses and jumpsuits; Nili Lotan offers an elegant style with details inspired by the 70s such as patchwork and suede; Sandy Liang is known for her comfy fleece jackets, gingham prints and unexpected cutouts. Based on the initial photos, you can expect to see some cool outerwear, wide leg pants, bold prints, and statement accessories. Basically come in September, run, don’t walk, to your nearest Target. (Or be prepared to constantly refresh the website in anticipation of the drop.)
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