I am, honestly, going to write about the last couple of fashion weeks beyond where you can get the legwear. Today though, I’m gonna be all timely and shit. Let’s set it up.
Last year I nearly pissed myself with joy when I discovered Target’s Go International line. This was because they had a capsule line by Jovovich-Hawk, who I love inexplicably. I then promptly fell in love with a couple of pieces, waited until the line was 75% off and bought a dress. Because I am like that.
Anyhow, in November of last year, it was announced that Target was starting this new thing, Designer Collaborations—and that it was kicking off with Alexander McQueen. By February, a fuller version of the looks popped up. It was understandably toned down—inspired by Leila Moss, who is called a “90s Brit Rocker” (though her band doesn’t seem to extend that far back), the skinny pants paired with bulkier tops made sense. Also, you know, Target, logical price point, design for all.
I was, and am, pretty stoked for this. Beyond my love and respect for some designers, I don’t froth at the mouth about labels. But I am interested in this “Design for All” thing, as it hints at a truly post-modern future for fashion.
So it is out today and is not heart-stopping—there are a lot of basics, one or two good pieces and something that makes your brain hurt. And Blythe is involved somehow. Nonetheless, there is a touch of the future in there.
And I am probably going to buy these when they are, inevitably, on clearance.