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Target is at it again with another limited-edition collection. On the heels of the successful Prabal Gurung for Target collection, the retailer is switching things up just a little, partnering with stylist Kate Young. She’s one of the fashion industry’s most influential celebrity stylists having worked with some of Hollywood’s biggest names including Michelle Williams, Natalie Portman and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Now she’s bringing that same star-studded style to the masses.
The Kate Young for Target collection is inspired by the red carpet and features a number of special occasion dresses. Fancy frocks aside, there are plenty of pieces to compliment your day to day style as well. I was immediately drawn to two pieces in particular- a yellow mod inspired dress that looks very Kerry Washington (when she’s not playing Olivia Pope) and the tuxedo inspired jumpsuit that could easily become your go to closet piece. There are so many ways to wear this piece. The collection features more than 30 pieces and prices start at 14.99 for accessories and go as high as $89.99 for a floor length dress. The Kate Young for Target collection is available April 14.
For more details on the collection visit KelasKloset.com and watch my video with detailed information on a few of the pieces that I purchased at Target’s NYC event.
Kéla Walker is an award-winning, Emmy-nominated producer and TV host, who has contributed lifestyle and entertainment content for outlets including NBC’s LXTV, Getty Images, YRB Magazine, Madame Noire, and RTL Germany. She also has a passion for fashion and offers the latest in fab fashion trends and consumer deals with KelasKloset.com. Her chic style and trendsetting blog has been lauded by sites including Essence.com and Huffington Post Black Voices.