Fashionistas will never have to look far when it comes to of the moment clothing from high fashion designers. With designer collaborations between Target Go International, H&M and Topshop, glamazons can have their cake and eat it too. Target Go International's spring collaboration with designer Jean Paul Gaultier is about to go live and its gotten fashion bloggers in a frenzy. The JPG for Target collaboration is an ode to American culture that fuses Rock n’ Roll, Hollywood glamour, Hip-Hop swag and Punk into one chic collection.
JPG becomes the third established designer to collaborate with Target, following in the footsteps of Alexander McQueen and Anna Sui. The Jean Paul Gaultier for Target collection is very eclectic collection that will appeal to almost everyone. There is something for every girl. The preppy princess can opt out of the tattoo inspired leggings and tops by going for the black strapless dresses, yellow halter sundresses and floral pieces, the punk rock types have a selection of chic cropped leather jackets, which will retail for $199, lace dresses, whimsical graphic t-shirts and other separates. The collection includes high waisted pants, swimwear, floral frocks, pin stripes and skirt suits and many more that are affordable ($17.99 – $199) for the babe on a budget.
As the saying goes, you snooze, you loose, so make sure you are first in line or online on March 7, when the Jean Paul Gaultier for Target collection is released to the general public. Just like its other designer counterparts, the JPG collection vanishes from Target on April 11, so make sure you snag your favorite pieces and fast.
“Jean Paul Gaultier is a fashion icon who is known to push boundaries and create inspiring, yet timeless designs,” said Trish Adams, senior vice president, Target. “Target is honored to partner with such a renowned designer, and to bring Gaultier’s craftsmanship and creativity to women across the country, at a great value.”
“My collection with Target pays homage to the wide range of personalities that make up the diverse styles of American women,” said Jean Paul Gaultier. “From ingénue to rock ‘n roll, this collection celebrates women of all ages and a host of distinctive, iconic American styles.”
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