Wednesday, August 13, 2008


Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, Target proves that just isn't the case. With Richard Chai and Botkier already in stores and Thakoon, allegedly, on the way, the retailer proves, time and again, that thrift and high fashion are not mutually exclusive.

Korean American Richard Chai, known for his minimalist approach to fashion, and for his experience at Donna Karan, Lanvin, TSE and Marc Jacobs is a confirmed Go International Designer. His pieces have been in stores since August 3rd. The line reflects Chai's trademark simple, clean and romantic designs. His line fuses a few of this fall's trends. Look out for separates that can be mixed and matched and layered, as well as feminine skirts, with masculine accents. Check out the entire line and press release here and here.

"The Botkier bag brings together luxury and functionality that's a perfect fit for the busy, modern woman."- Monica Botkier

Botkier is also designing for Target! Starting from $20.00 -$50.00, these pieces are available until September 15th. With pieces ranging from wristlets to clutches to hobos, these bag showcases Monica Botkier's love of using hardware as decoration.

Thakoon Panichgul with models at a Macy's event.

Rumor has it that CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund winner, Thakoon Panichgul, is slated to be the next Target GO International Designer. Let's hope this little rumor sees the light of day, much like the Comme des Garcons for H&M buzz.

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1 comment:

RichardChai said...

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