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Olivier Rousteing announced the news on the Billboard Music Awards red carpet.
We've already seen and swooned over Joseph Altuzarra's gingham-filled, Brigitte Bardot-inspired collection for J. Crew, in stores now, but the retai
Manhattan's first Target opens this Sunday in Spanish Harlem (517 E.117th St.) but we got a sneak peak at the Harlem Designer Collections last night when the store opened its doors for a block party in the aisles. Though there was a significant celebrity turnout for the event--the Seinfelds, Russell Simmons, 30 Rock's Katrina Bowden and Bethenny Frankel (in amazing post-baby shape) were all there--the party was really meant for the Target employees and the community, hence the block party vibe. Neighborhood restaurants served up soul food and Doug E. Fresh thrilled the crowd with a stellar performance. But enough of the party. Onto the important stuff: the clothes.
Cynthia Rowley is really getting her name out there. Hot on the heels of her collection for Roxy and her line of bridesmaid dresses, Rowley is launching yet another collaboration. For Pampers. Really. The mother of two has designed a line of printed diapers to be sold at Target starting mid July. Rowley believes parents want more choice when it comes to wrapping up their babies' bums, and given Huggies recent launch of the "Jeans Diaper," she might be onto something.
The print masters at Liberty of London have enlisted the talents of stiletto master Manolo Blahnik to design a collection, set to debut this Fall. Always a brand favorite across the pond, Americans went mad for Liberty, too, after its wildly successful partnership with Target. Grazia snagged a preview of the line--the marriage of Liberty prints with Blahnik's elegant silhouettes works beautifully. And for you ladies, like myself, who are less stiletto-inclined, there's an adorable pair of flats, too.