Get Out! 3.1 Phillip Lim For Target Is Happening

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There are simply not enough exclamation points to convey just how psyched we were to hear that Target's next designer collaboration is Phillip Lim, the NYC designer whose modern aesthetic and amazing collections are the stuff our dream closets are made of. Target has officially announced this morning that Lim, will be joining Target collab hall of famers including Prabal Gurung, Jason Wu, and most recently celeb stylist Kate Young (guys, it's like Target knows us) with a women's and men's collection set to debut September 15.
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Target — who deserves a huge hand for their consistent work to democratize fashion, and make today's most innovative designers available to everyone — has also shared that the over-100-piece collection will feature "a classic fall palette of neutral tones and prints," beginning at $19.99 and peaking at $299.99. We'll have to wait until after New York Fashion Week this September to actually shop 3.1 Phillip Lim at our local Targets, but we'll be keeping you posted with all the details as they unfold along the way.
Photo: Courtesy of 3.1 Phillip Lim; Courtesy of Target
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