Target's Next Designer Collaboration? Missoni, Launching This Fall

We've been hankering for another big designer collaboration at Target, and today brings word that Missoni is next on the docket. The collection from the Italian design house will hit the racks at the big box retailer September 13, running through October 22, Vogue.com is reporting. And this collection won't be limited to women's wear. Similar to Calypso's current collections for the super store, Missoni for Target will reportedly churn out over 400 pieces including women's, kids, and men's clothing, and bedding and dinnerware for the home. That's a lot of Missoni stripes and zigzags.
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We've been hankering for another big designer collaboration at Target, and today brings word that Missoni is next on the docket. The collection from the Italian design house will hit the racks at the big box retailer September 13, running through October 22, Vogue.com is reporting. And this collection won't be limited to women's wear. Similar to Calypso's current collections for the super store, Missoni for Target will reportedly churn out over 400 pieces including women's, kids, and men's clothing, and bedding and dinnerware for the home. That's a lot of Missoni stripes and zigzags.
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We've been hankering for another big designer collaboration at Target, and today brings word that Missoni is next on the docket. The collection from the Italian design house will hit the racks at the big box retailer September 13, running through October 22, Vogue.com is reporting.

And this collection won't be limited to women's wear. Similar to Calypso's current collections for the super store, Missoni for Target will reportedly churn out over 400 pieces including women's, kids, and men's clothing, and bedding and dinnerware for the home. That's a lot of Missoni stripes and zigzags. “It’s been a fantastic experience, " Angela Missoni told Vogue.com of the experience with Target, “one we are eager to share with families across the United States.”