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Last week we found out that Target and Neiman Marcus are collaborating with CFDA designers on a 50-piece holiday capsule collection, and now we have a behind-the-scenes video that has everything you need to know about it!
High-end Target collaborations are nothing new, but now Target is teaming up with another retail giant to bring luxury to the masses this holiday season.
Earlier this week, Target announced that it was collaborating with Kirna Zabête for the second round of The Shops at Target. Now the retailer has revealed that New York’s Odin and San Francisco’s The Curiosity Shoppe have also signed on.
By now you’ve had more than 24 hours to shop the wares from the first flight of stores involved in the Shops at Target. Are you ready for round two?
Target kicked off their shop-in-shop collaboration last night with a bash in the Frank Gehry-designed IAC Building. It was, as they say, right on Target.
Thank your lucky stars, lovers of fashion collaborations! Word has it that Target has fulfilled it’s promise to restock its online store with pieces of its collaboration with Jason Wu, which means you’d better find your credit cards and get near a computer fast.
Are you wondering how those 11,000 Jason Wu for Target items ended up on eBay in a matter of a day? It’s because of people who did things like buy out the entire Jason Wu stock in a midtown Miami store.
Jason Wu for Target goes on sale Sunday. This is exciting! We’ve seen the collection in pictures and in real life, and it’s one of Target’s most solid collaborations in a long time. But that doesn’t mean you should buy it on eBay right now.
Target‘s party celebrating its collaboration with designer Jason Wu was a star studded-affair wrapped in a gigantic line drawing of Paris. And Wu told us last night that that’s exactly how it should have been.
Missoni for Target is still for sale, folks! Confusing, we know.
Just when we think we have Target all figured out, they up the collaboration ante. Today we got a sneak peak at Target’s latest retail concept, and we can confidently say it rules.
Our prayers have been answered: we got our hands on the full Jason Wu for Target lookbook!
And the Jason Wu for Target images keep on coming!
For all the controversy surrounding some child models, it gives us great pleasure to dote on the latest pint-sized star. His name is Ryan, and he has Down syndrome.
If you were getting tired of designer collaborations, snap out of it. Jason Wu‘s collection for Target will be on the retailer’s mass market shelves at the beginning of February, and photos of what it will look like have just started popping up online.
Designers have different reasons for collaborating with mass market retailers on their much-blogged about collaborations, but all of those projects have one thing in common: lots and lots of money.
Target has an internet problem — and a big one at that.
Target announced today that Steve Eastman, president of Target.com, would be leaving to “pursue other opportunities.” Does that mean he was fired because of numerous the website crashes that happened under his watch while the Missoni x Target collection was on sale?