Go International

Go International is a Target Corporation store brand that focuses on affordable apparel and accessories for women. Each season is created by a different designer who is already well-known for their high-end collections and is only available for 90 days from its release.

Designers

*Luella Bartley (January 2006)
*Tara Jarmon (May 2006)
*Paul & Joe by Sophie Albou (August 2006)
*Behnaz Sarafpour (November 2006)
*Proenza Schouler (February 2007)
*Patrick Robinson (May 2007)
*Libertine (July 2007)
*Alice Temperley (September 2007)
*Erin Fetherston (November 2007)
*Jovovich-Hawk (March 2008)
*Rogan (May 2008)
*Richard Chai (August 2008)
*Jonathan Saunders (October 2008)

Links

[http://www.target.com/gp/browse.html/ref=gp_se_search-results-box/602-0145557-7685452?ie=UTF8&node=16275561 Official site]


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