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When one brand rips off another, it’s generally a case of one producing a cheaper version of something the other makes. But a brand producing an almost identical copy of something, and then charging four times the original price? That’s just dumb.
Tucker by Gaby Basora is a brand that we think deserves a bit of attention for its fluid lines and fabrics, wide appeal, and overall wearability, not to mention the fact that as part of the Target GO International Collection, the greatest hits of Basora’s Tucker for Target line are back in stores until April 11th. All pieces will be priced under $40, so move fast to scoop up Basora’s vintage-inspired, floral frocks for Spring! And in the meantime, check out what Basora had to tell us about Target, travel, and her favorite places to eat in NYC.
Last night we forwent our plans to have a quiet night at home and headed to Opening Ceremony‘s outpost at New York’s Ace Hotel, where celebrities of every stripe assembled to fete the launch of Target‘s GO International Design Collective. We reported last month that Target would be bringing back a sort of greatest hits collection of the designer collaborations they’ve done over the years, and the dresses that will hit stores again this month were out in full force — both on display and on the fabulous people who attended the party.
We’ve been anxiously awaiting Target‘s GO International Designer Collective, the rerelease of 34 best-selling dresses from the likes of Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, Zac Posen and more. The collection will be available in stores starting Sunday, and Opening Ceremony has created a ridiculously awesome video to celebrate the launch.
We’ve been dreaming about Target’s GO International Designer Collective since October, and now we know exactly which dresses are being rereleased in this supremely awesome greatest hits collection.
We happen to think Target diffusion lines are really, really amazing. Not only does Target generally price things appropriately — they also have the sickest collaborations. And this is why the announcement of their Designer Collective project is the best news we’ve heard all week.
There’s nothing we love more than a good designer diffusion collection, and for a little while we thought there was no bigger news on that front than Lanvin for H&M. But if the rumors about Prabal Gurung designing for Target are true, we may have made that call a little too quickly.