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Everything We're Coveting From The Cushnie Collection For Target

Target teamed up with luxury women's ready-to-wear and bridal brand CUSHNIE for their latest designer dress collaboration.

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Established in 2008, The CUSHNIE Collection is worn by the most iconic women around the world including Michelle Obama, Beyoncé, Lupita Nyong'o, Ava DuVernay and Jennifer Lopez among many others. A red carpet favorite, Cushnie's design aesthetic encaptures bold femininity through powerful colors, silhouettes and prints artfully crafted to fit every body type. As Cushnie continues to celebrate and empower today's modern woman, the label is going even further to become more accessible as one of three featured designers in Target's latest collaboration: The Designer Dress Collection, a first of its kind.

"For more than a year, the Target team has been working closely with these three distinct and incredibly talented designers to bring our guests this special and affordable limited-edition collection," said Jill Sando, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer, Style and Owned Brands, Target. "When we started working with these three designers, our collective hope with The Designer Dress Collection was, and still is, to evoke a sense of joy and confidence that comes with finding the perfect dress—especially as we hope for brighter days ahead."

CUSHNIE for Target

The limited edition Cushnie debut is now available on Target.com and in stores. The line features nine styles inclusive for all women with sizes ranging from XXS-3X priced between $40-$60. The CUSHNIE Collection offers a variety of dresses reminiscent of timeless 90's chic minimalism, asymmetrical lines, slanted slits as well as playful color blocked prints, effortlessly wrapped side-slit and satin dresses that accentuates curves in all the right places. With so many beautiful styles to choose from, there will be more than one favorite you'll be adding to your shopping cart.

To make the journey a little easier for you, we've rounded up a few of our favorite pieces from the artfully crafted collection for your shopping pleasure. Check them out below.

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