The limited-edition collection boasts designs by Rachel Comey, Victor Glemaud, Sandy Liang and Nili Lotan. Ranging in size from XXS-4X, the 180-piece collection will retail for under $80 with most items under $50.
“For the past 20 years, our guests have continued to express excitement when we introduce them to new and emerging designers from across the globe, all at an incredible value,” said Jill Sando, Target executive vice president and chief merchandising officer. “This fall, we’re building upon that legacy and bringing together four dynamic and highly-regarded designers to introduce a collection of inclusive, on-trend and timeless fashion staples to re-energize guests’ wardrobes for the fall season.”
New York-based Nili Lotan is well acquainted with denim. The designer often features patchwork jean skirts, flare jeans and denim shirting in her collections. For Target, Lotan brings denim styles that nod to ’70s bohemia, including high-rise jeans that unbutton into flares and a Western denim shirt. Black skinny jeans pair with the collection’s city-ready check jackets and trench coats, while wide-leg ecru jeans with rectangular patch pockets tap into the current workwear trend. A navy slip dress, striped long-sleeve top, peacoat, olive jumpsuit and relaxed charcoal suiting round-out the classic collection.
White and blue tie-dye jeans and a matching sweatshirt are part of Rachel Comey’s vibrant collection for Target. A sleeveless denim zip-up jumpsuit is also part of the line that mostly centers on coordinating sets, elevated loungewear and faux leather bottoms.
Though best known for outerwear, Sandy Liang zeroes in on the utility trend with an off-white denim jumpsuit, green wide-leg cargo pants and cargo joggers. The versatile pieces are juxtaposed with tulle-embellished dresses, pleated skirts and gingham frocks resulting in a fresh take on ’90s grunge.
A finalist for the Council of Fashion Designers of America/Vogue Fashion Fund in 2017, Victor Glemaud brings his bold and bright statement knitwear to the masses in his range for Target. V-neck sweaters are emboldened with orange tiger stripes, and color-contrasting piping punctuates flare trousers. Glemaud’s collection also includes a pink striped denim mini skirt and lime jeans that will carry into spring.
“Working with Target on this collection has been a highlight of my career,” Glemaud said. “I always aim to make designs that are celebratory, fun and encourage all people, no matter their race, size or gender, to embrace who they are. I hope that every guest who shops at Target is able to find a piece in my collection that makes them feel the most like themselves.”