The seasons, they are a-changin’ — and they’re bringing Target’s latest designer collaboration, featuring on-trend and affordable styles from fashion darlings Victor Glemaud, Nili Lotan, Rachel Comey and Sandy Liang. The Fall Designer Collection represents each designer’s signature aesthetic and includes both modern (hello, leather blouses) and classic (hi there, smocked dresses) fall closet essentials. And with more than 180 apparel and accessories items ranging in size from XXS through 4X, with most under $50, there’s something for everyone this fall and beyond.
“For the past 20 years, our guests have continued to express excitement when we introduce them to new and emerging designers from across the globe, all at an incredible value,” says Jill Sando, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, Target. “This fall, we’re building upon that legacy and bringing together four dynamic and highly regarded designers to introduce a collection of inclusive, on-trend and timeless fashion staples to re-energize guests’ wardrobes for the season.”
Get to know the designers
These rising forces in fashion each have a unique point-of-view that makes getting dressed fun. For Victor, picture multicolored stripes and color blocking with thoughtful details on everyday pieces. Inspired by European simplicity met with '70s Americana, Nili’s collection leans into jumpsuits, slip dresses and outerwear. Rachel is known for elements of surprise — think unexpected fabric combos like sweater pants and denim handbags. And Sandy brings sweet-meets-sporty designs, including her signature patchwork fleece.
How to make them yours
The Fall Designer Collection ranges in price from $15 to $80 and arrives on Target.com and in select stores on Sept. 25 for a limited-time only. To make the experience even easier, guests can also shop the collection via Target’s contactless same-day pickup options, Drive Up and Order Pickup.
Stay tuned for the look book on Target.com and get ready to shop online and in select stores on Sept. 25.
This article was updated Sept. 8, 2021.