In Target’s campaign to sell a piece of the world’s top designers to everyday people at cheaper prices, the retailer is bringing to you this February the Peter Pilotto label by London-based designing partners, Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos. They’re bringing a spring womenswear collection, which will undoubtedly display their signature design—bold-print fabric positioned in many shapes and places. It’s but a fitting continuation to the enduring line of their famous Target designer collaborations.
Our Favorite Target Designer Collaborations
Last year Target went wild with collaborating, teaming up with 24 designers, and then partnering with Neiman Marcus to put the collections in both stores. We are going to refer to that collaboration as Target + NM.
Check out some of our favorite line designs below.
Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos for Peter Pilotto, are Target’s next collaborating designers.
Carolina Herrera got right to the point with her stationary in the 2012 Target + NM collections.
Phillip Lim’s clothes are modeled by Jessica Alba and Solange Knowles from Phillip Lim’s Target line at the 2012 launch party. His line was notably popular.
Derek Lam’s entrance into Target’s top-designers club came in the joint Target + NM collection.
Doesn’t the pattern on Diane Von Furstenberg’s yoga mat remind you of the prints on her iconic wrap dresses? She also had a jewelry box of the same pattern in the Target +NM collection.
Isaac Mizrahi, in a different role as animal advocate for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, had longevity in Target’s collaborative collections. The fashion designer reigned from 2002 through 2008.
Missoni was one of Target’s top-sellers with its collection ranging from tights to a bicycle with. trademark zig-zag pattern.
Jason, who rccketed to fashion fame courtesy of First Lady Michelle Obama, turned to designing for the little ones in his collection. He was solo for Target in 2012 and later joined the Target + NM venture
Target customers got to put their hands on Judith Leiber’s signature crystals. The renowned couture handbag designer’s pocket mirror sold for $60 in the Target + NM sale.
Metallic purses are all over the place this season. You just won’t be able to get Marc Jacobs’s exact bags, which appeared in the Target + NM collection.
Five years after opening shop in New York in 2002, Proenza Schouler took its line to Target. You probably know the label isn’t the last names of the designers, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez.
This set by Tory Burch, who was in the gang of 24 designers, presents another way to “let’s do lunch”
Trivia: Target began this collaboration in 1999 with Michael Graves, a famous architect, as the lead-off designer.