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Marcus Kirby
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What's old is new again. I don't know about you, but I remember getting more than a little bit excited about Target's OG collaborations over a decade ago. Now, in honor of the 20th anniversary of its designer partnerships, Target is resurrecting nearly 300 pieces from 20 different iconic collabs, including Proenza Schouler (2007), Erin Fetherston (2007), Thakoon (2008), Anna Sui (2009), Rodarte (2009),  Zac Posen (2010), Missoni (2011), and more. The pieces will be priced from $7 to $160 and will launch in-store and online on September 14.

Now that we're officially a month away from the launch, Target has revealed every item from the collection. The retailer is resurrecting two to five pieces from each designer, including Proenza Schouler windbreakers, Anna Sui minidresses, Missoni luggage, a Jason Wu skirt, a Lilly Pulitzer jumpsuit, and a Zac Posen evening gown. While we wait for the September 14 launch, scroll down to see every fashion item that's part of the 20th-anniversary collection. 

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