Josephine Skriver Models Outfits From Prabal Gurung x Target Collection

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Josephine Skriver Models Outfits From Prabal Gurung x Target Collection

Josephine Skriver models the Prabal Gurung for Target collection of beautiful clothes in designer’s signature colorful floral prints. The designer collaboration with the retail giant was announced back in October with a sneak peek photo but here is the full photoshoot showing off the gorgeous collection that is due out on February 10th. Browse through and make your picks ahead of the launch.

Inspired by love the 80-piece collection includes clothes, shoes and accessories like handbags and jewelry. The prices of which range from $19.99 to $199.99 for clothes and from $12.99 to $39.99 for accessories. The designer told InStyle:

It’s about this girl falling in love from the time she first sees the guy right until the time they get married. I had this idea of a girl who finds her journal in her attic and she starts to go through it and remembers.

The lookbook demonstrates various floral dresses just right for the Spring 2013 and other pieces like skirts, tops, and bright blazers. These can be accessorized with the colorful heeled and flat footwear, amazing miniaudieres and crystal stone jewelry in various styles.

Josephine Skriver Models Outfits From Prabal Gurung x Target Collection

The colors in the collection are bold and just right for Spring but there are also black and white ensembles and pieces that make for more neutral but not less trendy looks. For example, this monochrome dress is a perfect way to rock the monochrome trend or celebrate the Valentine’s Day.

For the ad campaign the actors Olivia Thirlby and Chris Conroy were chosen to portray a couple in love while showing the collection’s beautiful pieces.

This is designer’s first big collaboration collection with Target but he also contributed Target x Neiman Marcus Holiday 2012 Collection designing a cape and a clutch.

Prabal Gurung x Target Collection

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.