Altuzarra for Target

Altuzarra for Target

Award Winning Fashions Under $100:

It’s easy to look and feel good in high price designer goods, but is it possible when spending less that $100 per item? Well, yes, thanks to Target and their collaboration with the chic, sophisticated, and modern designs of CFDA Fashion Award winner Joseph Altuzarra. Beginning September 14th, Target will feature his luxury brand, which showcases a mix of iconic silhouettes created especially for Target. The entire collection includes nearly 50 items, ranging in price from $17.99 to $89.99 for apparel and lingerie, and $29.99 to $79.99 for shoes and accessories.

Altuzarra’s designs exude a sense of confidence, power, and femininity. You will find the ultimate in urbane sophistication—from red velvet tuxedo pants and shapely jackets to reptilian prints in soft, flirty designs. Nipped in waists abound on his fit and flare belted coats, dresses, and blouse-skirt pairings. Want to show a little leg? His sexy, classic, deep-slit skirt is prevalent and irresistible. There are styles to flatter any figure at any age.

When Altuzarra’s fashions hit the stores, prepare to be transformed by the power of affordable prices and discover the thrill of looking like a million for a pittance.

Whatever your PRiME look may be – a style-savvy professional or a woman embracing her second act in life – you will find this collection feminine, sexy, and wearable. It’s no secret that when you look good, you feel good.

Don’t forget: you can only find Altuzarra’s collection at Target for a limited time!


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