It's a blast from the past, and we can hardly wait. If you missed out on Isaac Mizrahi or Zac Posen when their collections were first in Target stores, you'll soon be able to buy the designer products again at the same affordable prices you've come to expect.

By Jenny Krane
August 01, 2019

Remember that 2011 Missoni Target collection that sold out in a matter of hours and caused Target's website to crash? Well, if you missed out then, you’re in luck—Target’s giving us another opportunity to shop items from our favorite collaborators.

To celebrate its 20th anniversary of designer partnerships, Target is launching a limited-edition collection featuring 20 iconic designer lines from over the years. The first collaboration was in 1999 with architect Michael Graves. Since then, Target has had more than 175 partnerships over the last two decades. Past partnerships have included clothing lines, home decor, and even stationery collections.

Image courtesy of Target.

The new celebratory collection will carry almost 300 original products and will be available in all stores and online starting September 14. Prices range from $7 to $160, so you can score items from your favorite high-end designers at a more affordable price point—thanks, Target! Items will vary by store, and, in favor of fairness, guests can purchase up to five items per size and color. Added bonus: all women’s apparel will include extended sizing.

The following designers will be featured in the anniversary collection:

  • Michael Graves (1999-2013)
  • Philippe Starck (2002)
  • Stephen Sprouse (2002)
  • Isaac Mizrahi (2003-2009)
  • Erin Fetherston (2007)
  • Proenza Schouler (2007)
  • Thakoon (2008)
  • John Derian (2008, 2010)
  • Anna Sui (2009)
  • Rodarte (2009)
  • Stephen Burrows (2010)
  • Zac Posen (2010)
  • Harajuku Mini (2011-2012)
  • Missoni (2011)
  • Jason Wu (2012)
  • Phillip Lim (2013)
  • Altuzarra (2014)
  • Lilly Pulitzer (2015)
  • Marimekko (2016)
  • Hunter (2018)

For die-hard Target fans, there will also be a book released on September 3 that chronicles Target’s past designer collections, and a documentary released this fall that dives into Target’s approach to affordable designer products. We're already taking a walk down memory lane to gear up for the release.

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