We've been to so many fashion shows over the years that we only remember the truly special ones. And last week, Target rose to the challenge, putting on one heckuva show.
When we walked into Pier 57 in New York City, we knew we were in for a surprise. Instead of the expected T-shape catwalk, Target, in true Target fashion, created a red-and-white bull's-eye stage complete with surrounding circular seats. Models strutted out in two-toned trousers, tailored houndstooth blazers, sleek power pumps, and more. Then, when we thought things couldn't get any cuter, they all broke out in a flash mob-style choreographed dance. We can't make this up, folks.
Of course, we wouldn't dare leave you guys in the dark, so we've recreated the best parts of the night in the gallery ahead. Now, you can enjoy the show with front-row access, ahead.