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Target Announces Major Partnership With High Street Fashion Designer

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Target and Diane von Furstenberg
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In recent years, we’ve seen more luxury brands teaming up with regular stores. People want to bring high-end brands into their lives without breaking the bank, and retailers want to stand out. Regarding collaborations, retail giant “Target” does not shy away from business opportunities.

Target Corporation has just unveiled a new partnership with a high-street fashion designer, offering consumers a fusion of style, accessibility, and affordability. The collaboration promises to bring exclusive and affordable fashion collections to Target stores nationwide. With about 2,000 stores in North America, the Minneapolis company has successfully built its customer-centric approach. 

One key aspect of this strategy is its in-house brands, which now boast of brands exclusive to Target. These brands have become household names, offering products you might already have in your pantry or bathroom.

Target has an impressive lineup of owned brands that have become household favorites. These exclusive collections cater to consumer needs and preferences, from activewear to home decor. Some of Target’s successful owned brands include Everspring, All in Motion, Market Pantry, Threshold (home decor), etc.

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Indeed, Target’s growth isn’t just about its owned brands. The retail giant also excels in collaborating with external brands. Target consistently launches exclusive collections at prices lower than the industry average. These collaborations attract customers looking to buy high-quality products at affordable prices.

For example, its recent collaboration with Stanley was one for the books. Because of the partnership, the famous $40 tumblers were instantly sold out. These tumblers were in high demand and even resold online for much more than their original price. This trend of instant success isn’t new for Target; their past partnerships have seen similar outcomes.

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The upcoming collaboration with Diane von Furstenberg marks another exciting addition to Target’s list of designer partnerships. Celebrating the 50th anniversary of von Furstenberg’s iconic wrap dress, the capsule collection will draw inspiration from this timeless piece. This collection incorporates the designer’s signature prints and patterns. 

“Every collection we create is about making women feel confident so they can be the women they want to be,” von Furstenberg said in the release. “Talita and I are proud to partner with Target to extend that invitation to even more women who want to experience timeless pieces that bring effortless glamor and empowerment to their everyday lives,” the designer added.

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Diane von Furstenberg, also known as DvF, is a fashion icon famous for creating the wrap dress. The wrap dress is loved by many for its flattering fit. Her dresses usually cost between $300 to $500, but Target’s new collection will offer items priced from $4 to $50. The collection features around 200 pieces, including swimwear, activewear, pajamas, and, of course, the iconic wrap dresses.

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It will also include DvF home decor. The furniture line will offer made-to-order pieces like headboards, benches, room dividers, etc. The line can be personalized with one of seven exclusive fabrics from Diane von Furstenberg for Target’s collection. It is assumed that there will be something for every family member. The line will launch on March 23, 2024, and is expected to sell out quickly.

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