I've been a mega fan of Target's Design for All program before it was it on the mainstream radar--not to brag or anything (ha!). Seriously though, I remember when I used to be able to roll into my local Target the morning of a designer collab launch and scoop up everything without having to bat away the competition. Erin Fetherston was my favorite. I snapped up all the romantic frilly frocks, the beautiful coat, and more--and no one in the store could have cared less. 

A year or two later, Target did more advertising and launched a collection with a more well-known name brand--and chaos ensued. No longer could I mosey in and score all the things on my designer want list. Fun story: I had just gotten married a few days before the MIssoni for Target collection launched, and my husband and I spent part of of our Colorado-Arizona-California honeymoon hunting down elusive zigzag pieces at every Target along our route. (Don't worry--he got into the thrill of the Missoni mission, too!). 

Naturally, when I learned Target would be celebrating 20 years of designer collabs with a re-release of the most standout pieces, I was pumped. Of course, I'm also well aware that many other people are, too. That's why I've previewed the collection online and curated my favorite styles--so that at 3 AM (midnight on the West Coast) on Sept. 14, I can shop till I drop. Here are the top most coveted pieces I'm going to try to snag! Good luck and happy shopping to you, too!

zac posen

Zac Posen Mini Brocade Dress, $60

altuzurra

Altuzurra Snakeskin Long Trench Coat, $70

missoni

Missoni Patchwork Zigzag Sweater Dress, $55

im

Isaac Mizrahi Houndstooth Print Coat, $55

lp

Lilly Pulitzer Shift Dress, $38

pl

3.1 Phillip Lim Graphic Sweatshirt, $30

thakoon

Thakoon Mini Shirtdress, $38

Browse all the re-released pieces from #Target20, here.

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