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Target Introduces Its Latest Designer Collection Featuring Haitian Designer Victor Glemaud
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Target Introduces Its Latest Designer Collection Featuring Haitian Designer Victor Glemaud

"When people wear my clothes, I want them to feel joy."

Beauty & Fashion

For the past 20 years, Target has introduced us to new and emerging designers from around the world, all at an incredible value. In the latest installment of their upcoming designer collection, this fall, Target features rising Haitian-American designer Victor Glemaud as one of four designer collections dropping today. Launching his eponymous leisurewear collection in 2006, the NYC-based designer expresses iconic and fun fashion through statement knitwear, designed for women of all races, sizes and personalities.


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In an interview with InStyle, Victor explained:

"Working with Target on this collection has been a highlight of my career. I always aim to make designs that are celebratory, fun and encourage all people, no matter their race, size or gender, to embrace who they are. I hope that every guest who shops at Target is able to find a piece in my collection that makes them feel the most like themselves."

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Marrying comfort and style for the bold, his iconic brand features multicolored stripes and color blocking with thoughtful details on everyday pieces that went directly into the Target collaboration. The 43-piece collection includes the designer's signature looks, like brightly-colored eyewear and cold weather accessories. He told Target:

"When people wear my clothes, I want them to feel joy."

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These fall essentials are heavily influenced by retro colors and patterns that are now trending this season. Buyers will have the opportunity to collect styles that would typically range from $300-$500 at a fraction of the price, making high-end designs accessible to the masses.

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"This fall, we're building upon that legacy and bringing together four dynamic and highly regarded designers to introduce a collection of inclusive, on-trend and timeless fashion staples to re-energize guests' wardrobes for the season," Jill Sando, executive vice president and chief merchandising officer at Target, said in the press release.

Target recognizes the fashion forward consumer that wants designer for a steal. The Fall Designer Collection ranges in price from $15 to $80 and arrives on Target.com and in select stores on Sept. 25.

Set your alarms for these limited-time-only design partners you will not want to miss including: Rachel Comey, Victor Glemaud, Sandy Liang and Nili Lotan.

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