Editors' Picks: Our Fave Looks from Target's 20th Anniversary Collection
Zac Posen, Jason Wu, Lily Pulitzer, and more designers are back (for less!) at Target. Shop while supplies last! 🛍️
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Still not over the Missoni sweater dress you didn't get to snag in 2011? What about the Jason Wu pleated skirt that sold out in hours in 2012?
Wipe away those tears, because Target's 20th Anniversary Design for All Collection launches in stores and online this Saturday, Sept. 14. Nearly 300 limited-edition items from two decades of collaborations with iconic designers like Isaac Mizrahi, Zac Posen, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Jason Wu, Lilly Pulitzer, and 15 other brands will be reissued while supplies last. Ranging from apparel and accessories, luggage, and home goods, most of the items in the collection are under $70!
To help get you started, we've rounded up a few of our favorites below to save you from FOMO. Happy shopping!
Floral Print Maxi Dress by Altuzarra
"I had to fill in for my boss once at a black tie event, with a day's notice, and I went out and spent half my rent on a dress for it. Next time I'll be ready with THIS in my closet. And if I don't ever get the call, I'll just wear it around the house and not worry when my youngest hoses me down in yogurt, because it's machine washable!"—Lauren Iannotti, editor-in-chief
Vibrant Jumpsuit by Lilly Pulitzer
"I got this Lily Pulitzer jumpsuit when it came out and I swear it's what my tiki dreams are made of!"—Tara Cox, executive managing editor
Giraffe Bottle Opener by Lilly Pulitzer
"Nothing boring about this bottle opener! Fun and useful!"—Lori Cervone, senior production director
Velvet Blazer & Ankle Pants by Altuzarra
"I love a bold Tracee Ellis Ross-style colored suit, and this velvet set from Altuzarra is right up my alley. The wine hue and statement lapel would pop at a party, and the ankle crop on the pants is perfect for a shorty like me!"—Christina Izzo, features editor
Floral Print Shirtdress by 3.1 Phillip Lim
"The second I saw this gorgeous, multi-patterned 3.1 Phillip Lim Dress, I screamed, screen grabbed it, and sent it to my three best friends for approval. It's floral and neutral at the same time, can be dressed up or dressed down, and hello—the whole front zips so you can control if you want it to be worn for a day at the office or a night out. I'm so thrilled that Target's anniversary collection includes plus sizes for the first time, since I felt left out when the original collections dropped through the years."—Alyse Whitney, senior food editor
Trench Coat by Altuzarra
"This Altuzarra trench coat is everything! The silhouette and belted waistline is super flattering, but the dark olive green base/black sleeves contrast will make heads turn."
—Princess Gabbara, associate digital editor
Button-Down Jacket by Isaac Mizrahi
"This jacket does all the things that I love. It puts a bright, colorful twist on something classic. A great piece that can add pizazz to any simple outfit. Plus, it's pink!"—Renae Wilson, test kitchen associate
Mini Shirtdress by Thakoon
"Can I wear tie-dye to work without looking like a just rolled out of a Phish concert? Sure I can. This Shibori-print dress is a classy solution, and the length of the sleeves and skirt will keep me warm in arctic-cold meeting rooms, but cute for post-work drinks."—Aliza Gans associate food editor
Sleeveless Puffer Vest by Anna Sui
"If I can't live in the '70s and enjoy weather that's always comfortably cool—and apparently I cannot—I can at least channel those casual, cozy, retro vibes with this vest. It doesn't just speak to my eyes; it speaks to my soul."—Kelsie Schrader, editorial assistant
Milu Print Scarf by Jason Wu
"Silk scarves are the ultimate do-it-all accessory—weaved through the hair, knotted around a handbag, wrapped as a belt, tied in a bow on the neck—and this one is no exception. With the quirky pattern and pop of red, it's an ideal addition to any fall closet."—Cassie Hurwitz, editorial intern