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Prabal Gurung for Target or, why does America get all the good collaborations?

These pics have just dropped, of Nepalese American designer Prabal Gurung‘s collection for high-street superstore Target and, by and large, they are gorgeous, featuring really wearable floral prints in cool, fitted and tailored shapes – not a tea dress to be found …

Wed, Jan 16, 2013, 07:30

   

These pics have just dropped, of Nepalese American designer Prabal Gurung‘s collection for high-street superstore Target and, by and large, they are gorgeous, featuring really wearable floral prints in cool, fitted and tailored shapes – not a tea dress to be found – along with colour block pieces and a large range of accessories, including flat sandals, heels and boots.

I also adore the prints Gurung has used, prints which he has layered throughout the collection and paired with what seem like their very opposites, but in a way that really works. And that bright blue? Not my colour at all, but I so want a piece of it.

Sadly, you’ll have to venture stateside if you want to get your hands on one of Gurung’s 80 cut-price designs for Target, which launch on February 10th. You like?

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