For Spring, Tucker's Gaby Basora created a covetable collection filled with eye-catching prints and sweet silhouettes. The line features a bevy of patterns, ranging from cute polka-dots to more southwestern-inspired prints, in the way of crepe de chine high-waisted trousers, blouses, pencil skirts, and jackets. Think cool, yet polished enough for the office. There were also a couple of effortless midiskirts and tunic dresses that caught our attention. Spring is still a while away, but you can check out the collection right now. Just see our top three ensembles from the line below, then click the slideshow to see the rest of the lookbook.
Spring is definitely not the time to be shy, and after spending some months hunkered down in fashion hibernation, it's time to cheer up and break out of your rut. Bulky layers and moody hues aren't going to fly here, so click through to see 20 bold, vivid pieces — then get ready to show this season what you're made of.
Blair Waldorf looks feminine and sophisticated in episode 17 of Gossip Girl. Her ruffled Jill Stuart blouse and red Tucker skirt look adorable alone, but add a few extra pieces — a Dolce and Gabbana cardigan, fierce Ikasho fedora, Louis Vuitton bauble necklace, and patent Chanel bag — and this ensemble is truly vogue. Shop like items now to mimic Blair's savvy style.
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Five years ago, Target started collaborating with some of the industry's best — now it's celebrating Target Go International with a fabulous 34-piece collection created by 17 previously featured designers. Luella Bartley, Tara Jarmon, Paul & Joe, Behnaz Sarafpour, Proenza Schouler, Libertine, Alice Temperley, Erin Fetherston, Jovovich-Hawk, Rogan, Richard Chai, Jonathan Saunders, Thakoon, Tracy Feith, Rodarte, Zac Posen, and Tucker will all contribute fun dresses, available in stores and online March 13 through April 10. While we anxiously wait, here are 10 pieces we hope to see re-created come Spring!
Dresses from Luella Bartley, Rodarte, Proenza Schouler and More Go International Designers to Be Re-Released by Target in March
>> In celebration of its fifth year collaborating with designers, Target will re-release 34 dresses from 17 past Go International participants — to hit most Target stores and online at Target.com on March 13, 2011.
The Go International Designer Collective line, as its being called, will feature signature dresses from the past Target lines of Luella Bartley, Tara Jarmon, Paul & Joe, Behnaz Sarafpour, Proenza Schouler, Libertine, Alice Temperley, Erin Fetherston, Jovovich-Hawk, Rogan, Richard Chai, Jonathan Saunders, Thakoon, Tracy Feith, Rodarte, Zac Posen, and Tucker. Only Patrick Robinson of Gap declined the opportunity to work with Target again, saying he had other commitments. Images of the collection, which will be in stores through April 10, 2011, are expected to be available in February.
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I always look forward to Target's designer collaborations, and I am especially excited about the line Gaby Basora (of Tucker, a small label beloved for its blousy printed tops) has created for the retailer--especially now that a few images of the clothes have been revealed.Left to right: fleece jumpsuit, $44.99; signature dress, $33.99; reversible quilt vest, $24.99; all Tucker by Gaby Basora for Target.
I already have my eye on the red floral print button-down dress which is a steal for $39.99. It's a perfect transition piece: cute now with open-toe sandals and equally adorable later with tights and booties.
For slightly more adventurous types, Basora's designed a fleece jumpsuit for $44.99, which looks super-comfortable and even has roomy pockets. All the pieces will debut in stores and online at Target.com September 12.
Are you looking forward to this collection?
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Fresh off the heels of its latest collab with Zac Posen, Target has already tapped two new designers for its next Go International and limited-edition jewelry series. First up is Tucker's Gaby Basora. The print queen — known for drawing influences from National Geographic to candy wrappers — will create a collection for Target's Go International line dropping Sept. 12. You excited?For jewels, Target chose the magnificent Temple St. Clair. With baubles ranging upward of $30,000 from her namesake line, now is our chance to grab a much cheaper rendition of her ethereal designs. Temple's collection will debut Aug. 29. Both collections will be available at most Target stores and at Target.com.
Gaby Basora, designer of Tucker, and fine jeweler Temple St. Clair will both launch Target lines this fall. Expect charming prints on Basora's signature blouses, and riffs on Temple St. Clair designer Clair Carr's rock crystal and yellow gold amulets.
Tucker will be sold from September 10 through October 17, and Temple St. Clair from August 29 through December 26.
Left: Tucker by Gaby Basora