Radar's got some good info: the next GO! International line for Target will be made by Libertine, the LA label that re-works vintage clothing into new masterpieces for more than almost anyone can pay. Called "very Galliano" by Anna Wintour, the label is run by Cindy Greene and Johnson Hartig. You may remember Johnson from the documentary Seamless, where he loses a CFDA/ Vogue award to Proenza Schouler, but dances around his studio with Ashley Olsen at the film's conclusion. Meanwhile, we remember Johnson telling us that once, Karl Lagerfeld ordered him Coca Cola in little glass bottles at the Mercer Hotel, and it felt like Christmas. As for the new collection, it won't hit Target until Fall - remember, Patrick Robinson gets his turn first in May - but we hope it'll include more vintage inspired prints and dresses, and less t-shirts with skulls and slogans. Lindsay Lohan may wear them all over L.A. but that doesn't mean the fashion hungry kids who raid Target should have to flash back to US Weekly.
Radar's got some good info: the next GO! International line for Target will be made by Libertine, the LA label that re-works vintage clothing into n