Yea or Nay: Target’s Go International Patrick Robinson

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The Patrick Robinson for Target collection hit the stores this past week and I’m a fan!  Robinson, former darling of the design world and former head of Perry Ellis captures a bohemian chic vibe with this collection, with just the right dose of wit, color and lightness for summer.

Ranging in price from $12.99 – $44.99, the line includes a variety of warm weather staples such as loose cotton tanks and flowing jersey dresses, as well as long shorts, tunics and white button-downs. Stand-out pieces include the linen jack shown above (love it!), short shorts tied at the thigh, and his signature, Mediterranean-inspired print.

Robinson’s collection of women’s fashion and accessories will be available through July 15, 2007.

Yea or Nay: Patrick Robinson for Go International?

Up next for Target Go International: Libertine and Alice Temperley


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  • Rick

    I would say Yay, but you’re going to start seeing these outfits throughout every high school in America. 

    So, I say “Skip It”.  Go find something original.  Make something on your own or go to (cheap) one-off stores.  In the end, you’ll be more original and you’ll be able to stay more true to your OWN style—not cookie-cutter barbie dolls.

  • Kimberly Hoyle

    I personally LOVED the Patrick Robinson collection!  It was a very mature line and had great style elements that I haven’t seen in Target since the GO campaign launched.  I will admit though, I make it a point to get at least 1 piece from EVERY collection.  I am LOVING the Temperley collection now!

  • I think it’s a great look for someone in jr. sizing.
    Would like to see all of the Target designers delve more into colors and to see it merchandised with accessories, shoes & handbags.

  • Ari

    I love the Greek vibe that is happening with his medallion prints, and I might add they have become a collectible of sorts, as people are selling them on ebay for twice the price.  Who knew?