Target's latest fashion designer collab is here
The latest in Target's string of amazing designer collaborations is set to hit select stores and Target.com Sept. 14, and we've already got our alarm clocks set. For the limited edition collection, Target joined forces with Joseph Altuzarra, one of the industry's most sought after designers and recipient of the 2014 CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year Award.
So what can we look forward to when Altuzarra for Target finally hits stores? Well, let's just say you won't be disappointed. The women's ready-to-wear and accessories collection has something for just about every style personality and the prices aren't too shabby either (it ranges in price from $18-90).
With colorful styles and bold prints, the capsule collection reflects Altuzarra's sensual and sophisticated spirit. In other words, think sexy yet grown up tailored pieces that every lady needs in her wardrobe.
In addition to being available in select stores and online, a curated assortment of the collection will also be available on net-a-porter.com, so you've got plenty of places to shop the designs.
If past designer collaborations are any indication, this one will garner big crowds, so you might want to get to Target a bit early (we know we will). Who needs to sleep in anyway?
Our favorite pieces
Dress in Black ($50)
It's a little bit buttoned up, a touch wild. Quite the fun work style juxtaposition, no?
Oxford Shirt in Navy Orchid Print ($35)
Usher in fall's darker floral trend with this rich blue blouse that's perfect for the office and date night alike.
Over-The-Knee Boot in Black ($80)
Wowza! Now this is the kind of boot you wear when you want to turn some heads, ladies.
Wrap Dress in Red ($40)
We almost did a double take when we read the price on this one. For $40, it's incredibly luxe looking, don't you think?
Trench Coat in Black Jacquard ($90)
Sure, we already have plenty of coats, but this one's just so pretty (and affordable) we can justify adding to our collection.
Pencil Skirt in Python Print ($35)
Python is always a good idea, ladies. Get the best of both worlds with this daring, but covered up, skirt.