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Radiant Orchid Beauty ORLY and Target

With 2014 fast approaching, it’s time to refresh the beauty regime and ring in the New Year with beauty offerings from ORLY and Target in Pantone’s color of the year, radiant orchid. Blending warm and cool undertones, orchid provides a versatile beauty hue that seamlessly complements diverse skin and hair tones.

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Experience 2014 in radiant color with orchid ORLY nail lacquers ($8.50 each)

Bubbly Bombshell, Frolic, Pixie Powder and Pink Waterfall

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Orchid offerings from Target-exclusive brand Pixi by Petra

Swipe on Pixi by Petra Beauty Blush, Rosy Rouge ($16.00) for the ultimate natural glow

Dab on long-lasting matte color with Pixi by Petra Lip Blush, Luck ($18.00)

 

You can find these and more great products at your local Target store or online at www.Target.com.

Jason Wu for Target sells out online in less than 24 hours!!

Target released the highly-anticipated Jason Wu collection yesterday, and in less than 24 hours, many pieces online were already sold out! Don’t worry – more are on the way! Target Tweeted: “There will be more available online later this week. We’ll share details on Twitter/Facebook.” Can’t wait to check out his items at Target!

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PREVIEW: Dita Von Teese launches lingerie line for Target!

Dita Von Teese is the latest celebrity to collaborate with Target! The burlesque dancer has designed a line of vintage-inspired lingerie. The collection will only be available in Australia, so if you’re looking to get your hands on the pieces, you’ll have to hit Target.com.au or eBay!

For a woman who spends most of her career in lingerie, it comes as no surprise she’d design her own line. Wonder how her style will fit in at Target. Seems a bit strange to me, but maybe it’ll be pretty successful!

Not to mention: garters and corsets don’t translate to lower price points the way cotton briefs and sports bras might. Nipped silhouettes and lacy overlays rely on sound construction and high-quality fabrics—not even sort of Target’s strong points. The retailer’s boutique fashion lines do a good job of translating the vision and overall sensibility of designer items to mass-produced apparel, but even though the pieces seem pretty in the lookbooks and hanging on the Target racks, each one is a hop, skip, and jump away from becoming just another crumpled rag stuffed in the back of your drawers.

Dita Von Teese for Target is worth browsing at the store if you’re hanging out in Australia, but save your eBaying for another time. La Perla this is not.

Would you wear Dita’s lingerie?

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Gwen Stefani launching a Harajuku Mini childrenswear line at Target!

Target’s Missoni collaboration may have had the fashion pack in a frenzy, but for style-conscious mothers, it is Gwen Stefani’s Harajuki Mini childrenswear line that is the one worth waiting for.

Today, the retailer released a sneak peek of the campaign, and judging by the items featured, it promises to be a huge hit.
The star, 41, appears in the image herself, posing alongside a young model sporting her creations.

The youngster’s tee, cardigan and tutu bear all the hallmarks of Ms Stefani’s L.A.M.B and Harajuku Lovers ranges, with bright colours and Japanese-inspired illustrations.

It promises to be a hit with the singer’s two young sons, Kingston, five and Zuma, three, who both already display an adventurous style sense.

And given her friendships with Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow, we may also be spotting her designs on the backs of other celebrities’ children too.

Target’s non-famous fans will be relieved to learn, however, that prices for Harajuku Mini will be easy on the pocket, ranging from just $3.99 to $29.99.

The star’s debut collection is due to go on sale across the U.S. on November 13, with a second due to hit stores in January.

In a release announcing the collaboration in July, Ms Stefani said: ‘Harajuku Mini is a dream come true.

‘I’ve always wanted to do a cool children’s fashion line inspired by the super-cute and playful kid’s clothing you find in Japan,’ she said.

‘The whole idea is about being creative, expressing your own individuality and having fun getting dressed.’

She added that she had been given scope by Target to break from the typical childrenswear offering and do something different.

‘Target has given me the creative freedom to design kid’s clothing that is different than most anything you usually see out there with great quality, attention to detail and most of all, available at amazing prices,’ she said.

Target, like Gap, has collaborated with a number of high-end designers on childrenswear ranges.

Past design partnerships have included Missoni, Calypso St Barth, Zac Posen and Rodarte, all of which included pieces for babies and children.

A spokesman for Target told WWD: ‘Our strategy of differentiation isn’t exclusive to our more mature guests. We like to put the icing on the cake for all our guests. That is the fun, the flavoring of the assortment.’

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