The fashion world is aflutter with news of Target’s latest announcement that it will reIssue 34 of its past Go International Designer Dresses, including 17 designers and spanning the enter time frame that the Go International designer collaboration has been running. You’ll have to wait until March 13th to head to a store or to Target.com to purchase them, but we can confirm that we’re excited probably way more than we should be, and have our fingers crossed to finally get some Rodarte for Target! We don’t know the exact styles that will be included yet, but we can guarantee that some will definitely sell out quickly!So as the saying goes,”what is old is new (again).”
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October 29, 2010
December 12, 2009
Though Target’s designer collaboration line with Rodarte won’t be available to the public until December 20th, those of you located in New York are in for a special treat!
Target will unveil their holiday pop-up store in the Meatpacking District – “Target To-Go” – on the corner of Ganesvoort and Washington Streets on December 11-13th from 10am-8pm.
Among the selections at Target To-Go? Select pieces from Rodarte for Target! All in all, the shop will feature 50 “giftable items,” including toys and beauty products. Shoppers will have the opportunity to walk up to the “gifting truck,” where they order their items and receive a pre-wrapped gift in return.
Those who get there early enough will be the first to get their hands on five anticipated items from the collection. I’m most excited about the coral slip dress ($39.99), but those willing to brave the crowds and the cold can also find the sequin ribcage dress ($49.99), the black halter dress ($39.99), and two different versions of the bow belt ($12.99 each).
We hear Rachel Bilson is going to be around celebrating the opening on December 11th around 10am as well…
August 6, 2009
[Not from the Target Collection – Image via Rodarte.net]
It’s been announced that Rodarte, aka Laure and Kate Mulleavy, will be designing a Go International collection for Target. Just when I think I couldn’t get any more excited about designer collabs, it happens yet again! Hitting stores December 20th-January 31st, 2010, the line will include 55 pieces in a price range of $9.99 –$79.99. It’s noted that the collection will include fabrications such as sequins, faux fur, knee highs, bows and more, with a nice selection of holiday dresses. Don’t forget to get your fab collab fashion fix on September 13th when Anna Sui launches at Target!