Zac Posen Set to Design for Target!

11/30/2009 at 10:29 AM ET

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While we anxiously await Rodarte’s Target collection to hit stores on December 20, we already have a new designer collaboration to get excited about for spring: Zac Posen! The star-favorite designer is slated to be the next limited edition designer for Target’s Go International series, reports WWD. Zac Posen, who is a red carpet favorite of stars like Rachel Bilson, Kate Winslet, Gwyneth Paltrow and more, will be bringing his high-fashion styles to most Target stores nationwide and online at from April 25 through May 30. And while Target has not disclosed the prices for Zac’s collection, previous limited-edition designer Go collections have ranged from $15-$150 — which is a steal compared to Posen’s star-loved collection that ranges from $900 to $12,000, with custom pieces starting at $20,000! Zac Posen isn’t a stranger to lower priced collections or designing for Target. The designer created a collection of red-carpet gowns, short dresses and tailored pants for Australian Target stores for Fall 2008. And this spring, Zac will be launching another lower price point collection, Z Spoke, exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue with prices ranging from $78 for a cotton T-shirt to $675 for a knit dress. Tell us: Will you buy Zac Posen’s Target collection?

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J on

I am not familiar with his work, but I am glad to hear of (high-end) designers making clothing for Target consumers.

Jayna on

I can’t believe this story left out Natalie Portman. He was all she talked about when he first came out. Had it not been for her, I never would have heard of the guy. His stuff is just like every other designer, you like some, you dislike others, bleh, who cares.

Jeanne on

Are we going to be able to afford him?

Julie on

Absolutely! I have already the dates on my calendar.

GiGi on

The problem with these high priced clothing designers is that they make the clothes affordable for a dept store..but the clothes are very poor qulity and made cheap and they look cheap..most of the material is so thin and see thru …lets see if he is any different..

Marlee on

absolutely! I love him

LP on

I remember his white denim dress that Katherine Heigl wore to the Emmy’s in 2007 – that was amazing!

Kelly on

$675 dollars for a knit dress is considered “lower price” and affordable? Not in today’s market, where some people are struggling to just feed their kids.

KT on

Actually the Minneapolis, Minn. based Target Corporation is in no way related to the Australian Target.

Judy on

probably…ive seen his work and i love it…….as long as prices are reasonable….

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