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Target Designers Debut Somewhat Edgy New Go International Collection

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What does spring hold in store for Target Go International shoppers? May will bring the release of designer Tracy Feith's beachy collection, but before that, the chain store's in-house design team will turn out another private label collection. Some of the clothing, scheduled to hit stores February 1st, has a bit of an Alexander Wangish feel, with exposed zippers, torn tights and ripped jeans. According to the press release, it "embodies the spirit of a rock goddess." The pieces, particularly the dresses, look quite nice—though cheap fabrics have been a problem with the previous Go International private collections. Prices max out at $50.
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