Fashionate

Designer Phillip Lim collaborating with Target for Fall collection

View photo

.
Phillip Lim for Target

Phillip Lim for Target

Catalogs for Fall fashion are already sitting in department stores, awaiting our eyes to bulge and knees weaken as we make mental lists of what potential frocks will make their way to our closets. If you're a big Target designer collaboration fan, here's some news for you! It has been announced today that New York-based designer Phillip Lim will be creating an exclusive 3.1 Phillip Lim line for Target that includes designs for both women and men, and will be available on September 15th this year. Since this is a limited edition line, I suggest you line up on the day it releases. Mark your calendars!

On the Target.com press release page, Lim says: “Since an early age, I’ve been intrigued by the idea of design evolution. One of the reasons I wanted to collaborate with Target is because I felt that together we could create a collection that would inspire – one that is cool and chic, but still very accessible.”

The line will include more than 100 items with a nice price range between $20 and $300 being the most expensive, but a majority of those items will be available at just under $50. Looking at the designer's 31philliplim.com website, the retail prices for a corded t-shirt will set you back $750, with dresses ranging from $450 to $850.  You'll be saving hundreds of dollars on Lim's designs come this September.

For a first look at this amazing collaboration with Target and Phillip Lim, take a look at the video below.

For more 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target updates, follow @ABullseyeView, @TargetStyle and #PhillipLimforTarget on Twitter.

Sorry you didn't like this comment. Please provide a reason below.

Are you sure?
Rating failed. Try again.
Request failed. Try again.
We will promote constructive and witty comments to the top, so everyone sees them!
Sorry, we can’t load comments right now. Try again.

    Recommended for You

    • Kim Jong Un’s Wife Makes First Public Appearance In Months

      Ri Sol-ju was last seen in public on March 28 this year and her absence had sparked rumors of pregnancy while some said she may have had a serious falling out with the North Korean leader.

      International Business Times
    • Dear Abby: As his mother, wife feud, he must take a side

      DEAR ABBY: I am a happily married man with one problem that doesn’t go away. I convinced my wife, “Ellen,” to move to Florida so we could be close to my family, but now she doesn’t trust them because of an altercation she had with my mother. Ellen says Mom made negative comments about her and lied about it. My intention was for everyone to come together as a family, but now I feel I must decide whether I can be a part of the family. If I do, my wife feels I am saying it’s OK for my family to hurt her. If I don’t, I’ll feel I’m missing out on spending time with them. Ellen no longer wants anything to do with my family and wants them to apologize. It has been a rough four years being trapped in

      Chicago Sun-Times q
    • Three Drunks on Train Harass Woman in Hijab, Commuters Do Nothing

      New York City police are seeking more information about men who harassed a young woman in a hijab on the subway this week. Yasmin Seweid, an 18-year-old business student, was verbally harassed by the men as she waited for a train on the platform, according to the New York Daily News. The three men were reportedly yelling “Trump” and called Seweid a terrorist as they followed her onto a 6 train in New York City’s east side.

      Yahoo Style
    • 50 Cent on Kanye West’s Breakdown: ‘You Could See That Coming’

      While many found Kanye West‘s breakdown and hospitalization shocking, fellow rapper 50 Cent says he actually wasn’t too surprised. “That was interesting because I kind of felt like you could see that coming,” 50 Cent said on the topic during a Watch What Happens Live appearance, Thursday. 50 Cent, 41, appeared on the New York City-filmed Bravo talk show with actress Leah Remini.

      People
    • Inside the Alleged Abduction of California Mom Sherri Papini

      Keith Papini details what happened before his wife was found alive.

      ABC News q
    • Carolyn Hax: Wife needs to be forthright about ‘desperate’ need to move back to West Coast

      Hi, Carolyn: Twelve years ago, my husband and I moved from my much-loved West Coast to the East Coast, where he was raised. His family lives about an hour from us. At the time, our son was a year old, I was between jobs and my husband got a job offer (procured in part by his family) for more money and a professional step up. The original idea was two to three years, but the recession hit hard, another baby was born, so we stayed. Now, I desperately want us to return to my home to be near my mother and sister, friends and the type of life I loved living out there. My husband says he doesn’t want to move and there is too much at stake financially and the schools are better here for our kids — one

      Washington Post q
    • 15 Tiny Christmas Trees That Make a Big Imact (16 photos)

      If you live in a small home or just want to add on to your main tree, mini Christmas trees are for you. But don't let their tiny stature fool you — they'll add a super-size dose of Christmas cheer to your home. You'll see. From House Beautiful

      House Beautiful
    • Muslim teen verbally attacked on NYC subway

      NEW YORK -- New York City police are looking for three men who taunted a Muslim woman aboard a subway train, yelling “Donald Trump” and calling her a terrorist.  Yasmin Seweid, 18, was still shaken by the traumatic train ride, CBS New York reports.  Around 10 p.m. Thursday, she got on the 6 train at East 23rd Street and Park Avenue after leaving a school event at Baruch College. “I heard them talk, but I had my headphones in, I wasn’t really listening, I had a long day. And they came closer and I distinctly heard them saying, ‘Donald Trump,’” she said. Seweid said she was then verbally attacked by the three drunk, white men. “They were surrounding me from behind and they were like, ‘Oh look,

      CBS News q
    • Sears is on the brink of catastrophe as stores closures loom and top execs flee the company

      Things aren't looking good for Sears. The company is shutting down dozens of Kmart stores this...

      Business Insider
    • NYPD: Men yelled 'Donald Trump', tried to pull off victim's hijab on subway

      18-year-old Yasmine Seweid is recounting the ugly attack that happened on Thursday night. It was around 10 p.m. when the college student jumped on the 6 train to head home to New Hyde Park, when she noticed three young men in the car.

      WABC – NY
    • Grandmother Finds the Mummified Body of Her Missing Grandson in the Attic 2-Years After He Was Reported Missing | B. Scott

      21-year-old Dyquain Rogers was reported missing on November 1st, 2014. On Wednesday, a mummified body believed to be the young man’s was found in the attic of his grandmother’s home. Investigators believe he committed suicide. via NY Daily News: Relatives of Dyquain Rogers are demanding a complete autopsy after the coroner said the death was likely a suicide, according to GoErie.com. “I don’t believe any of this stuff,” aunt Erica Jeffries-Jordan told the news website. “I want answers.” Rogers was last seen in the same house where he was found, which is also where he lived, Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook told the news website. Rogers was reported missing on Nov. 4, 2014. The body was in the Erie

      B. Scott | lovebscott.com q
    • The Big Ten might have stirred up what should have been calm CFP waters

      Penn State’s Big Ten Championship win might give the College Football Playoff Committee something to think about. Despite Alabama’s dismantling of Florida in the SEC title game — we all expected that anyway — the championship games were close, entertaining and added some intrigue to what should have been an anticlimactic College Football Playoff announcement on Sunday. No. 7 Penn State’s dramatic 38-31 come-from-behind win against No. 6 Wisconsin creates an interesting conundrum.

      Dr. Saturday
    • Woman Who Ate ‘Carbs All Day Every Day’ Drops 100 Lbs. After Eliminating Bread from Her Diet

      Kristina Guice had always been “the fat kid in school,” she says, so when the Tucson, Arizona, native got accepted to graduate school across the country in Long Island, New York, she decided this was her opportunity to make a change. Guice, 25, had recently lost a close friend — who had also been her weight loss inspiration — and got accepted to graduate school just two weeks later.

      People
    • 'Justice League': 6 Spoilers From the New Trailer

      We may be a ways off from the release of the 'Justice League' movie, but DC amped up the anticipation by releasing a bunch of new footage at Comic-Con.

      The Cheat Sheet q
    • Palin Says Trump's Carrier Deal Could Be 'Crony Capitalism'

      Gov. Sarah Palin is expressing concern over Donald Trump's recently announced deal with Carrier.

      ABC News q
    • Social Security: 1 Terrible Reason to File for Benefits at 67 -- The Motley Fool

      Sure, you'll get higher benefits. But what will you lose by working longer?

      The Motley Fool q
    • Seventeen
    • Colombia Plane Crash Survivor Cried Out for Crew

      He says he survived by curling up in the fetal position.

      ABC News q
    • Mexico on Carrier deal: 'Trump is telling the truth' about saving US jobs

      A Mexican official tells CNBC that "nobody" there believed Trump's campaign rhetoric, but they believe him now.

      CNBC
    • New details emerge in Joe McKnight shooting and release of shooter

      After hearing criticisms of his office for releasing the man who admitted to shooting former NFL running back Joe McKnight, Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand held a press conference to reveal some details of the case, including that the man who shot McKnight was in his car when he fired all three shots. McKnight was shot and killed on Thursday afternoon in New Orleans. Authorities said that Ronald Gasser, 54, shot McKnight.

      Shutdown Corner