Over the past five years, Target's GO International designer collections have really enhanced our wardrobes without depleting our bank accounts. But the most coveted pieces from each collection have always flown off the shelves, and there are some dresses that we just couldn't manage to get our hands on. Luckily, Target has introduced the GO International Designer Collective, where they've given us a second chance to pick up dresses from past collaborations with Proenza Schouler, Zac Posen, Rodarte, Thakoon, and many more. A few months ago we predicted which designs we hoped would make the cut. Sadly only a couple of our selections (the Rodarte slip dress and the Thakoon tie-waist frock) are among the collection of 34 reissued dresses (all priced under $50!), but there are still plenty of cute pieces to go around including Jovovich-Hawk mini dresses and floral print shifts from Tucker and Tracy Feith. So here's your second chance--the collection will be available on March 13th at Target.com and in store until April 10th or, as we've learned the hard way, until supplies last. Click through to browse the complete re-released collection.
If you didn't get your hands on one of the lust-worthy pieces from one of Target's blink-and-you-missed-it designer collaborations over the years, you might get a second chance. In celebration of Five Years of GO International®, Target is following in the footsteps of Betsey Johnson and Anna Sui by reissuing 34 dresses from the following 17 previously featured designers: Luella Bartley, Tara Jarmon, Paul & Joe, Behnaz Sarafpour, Proenza Schouler, Libertine, Alice Temperley, Erin Fetherston, Jovovich-Hawk, Rogan, Richard Chai, Jonathan Saunders, Thakoon, Tracy Feith, Rodarte, Zac Posen and Tucker. The collective will be available March 13, 2011 through April 10, 2011 at most Target stores and online at Target.com. We think this is an awesome idea, and great news for people who missed out the first time around. Click through from some of our favorite dresses from the past five years. We hope Target agrees with us!