The Target Designer Collection is stocked with high-end pieces priced up to $70

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With many collaborations with high-end designers, Target has become an unlikely destination for runway-worthy pieces and budget-friendly pieces. And in partnership with three promising labels this year autumn design collection— one of its most anticipated releases — the mega-retailer proves that you don’t have to be a Saks (or even Nordstrom) regular to get the wardrobe of your dreams.

Target has tapped Sergio Hudson, Kiku Vargas and La Linh for three capsule collections, all of which will launch on the retailer’s website and in select stores on Sunday, October 9. They’re inspired by the brands’ core lines, but with an ultra-affordable twist : Products come in sizes XXS to 4XL, and most are priced at $40 or less. (The priciest items are the $70 coat.) The pieces in the collection are contemporary yet trend-defying—think sturdy sweaters, work pants, and airy hooded blouses—and made for layeringmeaning they will easily fit into your existing one autumn composition.

Like last year’s fall designer collection, which included the likes of Christopher John Rogers and Sandy Liang— there are many brands to watch in 2022. Fortunately, it’s never been easier to buy these labels; unfortunately, we can guarantee that the capsules will sell out quickly. Check out each designer below and bookmark your favorite pieces to shop when Target’s designer collection hits stores next month.

Founded by former fashion editors Valerie McAuley and Meredith Melling and industry veteran Molly Howard in 2016, La Ligne’s iconic knitwear is a perennial favorite among Net-a-Porter and Nordstrom shoppers, and now you can pick it up at Target, too. Come for comfort, sport sweaters you will live all season, stay on dresses ready for reception it will greatly enhance the attire of the guest at the wedding.

Bogotá-born designer Kika Vargas combines the whimsical with the wearable in her eponymous line. Her Target capsule is no different, with scalloped hems, Ganni-esque collars, voluminous silhouettes, and loud prints galore for a playful energy outfits you imagine for this fall.

After dressing Beyonce and Michelle Obama, designer Sergio Hudson brings the spirit of his impeccably tailored runway pieces to the masses. In his Target designer collection, you’ll find bold suits and printed dresses that will instantly boost your confidence in the office—and beyond.

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