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Go Back In Time, Target Style, And Grab A Dress From A Past Collaboration

June 6, 2007 by SheFindsTara
shefinds | Style

Well, don’t just sit there. This is the mother of all Target collaborations! If you were living under a rock when Rodarte for Target hit stores, or didn’t have time to grab an Alice Temperley for Target dress, this collaboration is for you. Target just unveiled its Go International Designer Collective, filled with 34 dresses handpicked from all of the past designer collaborations in the last 5 years.

Perhaps your sister borrowed one of yours, never to be seen again, or maybe you decided posthumously to start a complete collection.

Check out entire the collection now…it’s like a trip down fashion memory lane.

Read up on more fashion news, upcoming collaborations, and then shop all of this week’s best sales and deals.

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