Target will offer 34 of its best dresses from 17 of its GO International designer collaborations from the past five years starting in mid March.
The GO International Collective includes between one and three dresses from each of the designers who have participated in the program (except Patrick Robinson, who is now creative director of Gap stores and seen as competition to Target, a spokesman explained).
Designers include Behnaz Sarafpour, Erin Fetherston, Jonathan Saunders, Jovovich-Hawk, Libertine, Luella Bartley, Richard Chai, Rodarte, Rogan, Paul & Joe, Proenza Schouler, Tara Jarmon, Temperley, Thakoon, Tracy Feith, Tucker, and Zac Posen.
"It's been an incredibly successful program and this is an incredible milestone," the spokesman told StyleList. "This established roster has allowed us to create this collective of our favorites and our guests' favorites."
Interestingly, in a preview of the dresses this morning, the collection did not look remotely dated, though some were from five years ago.
Sure, die-hard fashion followers will recognize the embroidered cups on the Proenza Schouler look (shown above) as being from early in their design career, but that doesn't mean it won't look great on the street in Spring 2011.
In related news, check out which other designer is reissuing his greatest pieces to mark an anniversary.