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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Lilly Pulitzer for Target lookbook out


Earlier this year, Target announced its exclusive collaboration with Lilly Pulitzer. Today, a lookbook of the over 250 items was released. Feast your peepers on the plenitude of preppy provisions, available in stores and online April 19th.


8 comments:

Debra Phillips said...

a touch anthro but these winter weary eyes are intrigued

life, in small chunks said...

Yeah. I don't know. Not much of a Lilly fan, I guess.

designchic said...

I saw it on the back cover of a magazine and was amazed - so bright and fun!!

margot said...

damn them all to hell. royally effed up the foray into my home and native land and I'll never forgive them for playing fast and loose with the lives of the poor employees and vendors they screwed. going to Buffalo this weekend but will be avoiding this store. #boycottTarget #boycottTarjay

Pigtown*Design said...

^^^ does this make any sense? did i miss something?

eddielicious said...

Did you try and get anything? The stores here in suburban IL are cleaned out. The girl told me people lined up before the stores opened and rushed in and cleaned everything out. All to list on eBay at triple the price, for like more than real Lilly retails for. Seriously go on eBay and see. The few things that were left I doubt I would've bought. The green and white jumpsuit was so cheaply made out of this slippery poly mircofiber fabric. The bags looked nice, but the ones that were left had broken zippers, which again doesn't speak well for the quality.

Raina Cox said...

eddielicious - I didn't even try. The product distribution was weird in the Denver area. Some stores had a few things with other random stuff in another store 10 miles away. I was going to order some children's clothing online until I saw the fabric content. Would it have been that difficult to make it all out of cotton? I would have paid more. #targetfail

Raina Cox said...

Pigtown Design - I'm sorry I didn't respond to your question earlier. Target recently pulled all of its operations out of Canada, leaving 17,000 people out of work. They did a half-ass job building their business there and an even worse job managing it.

You can read more here: http://tinyurl.com/kv84sgr