Ladies, get your credit cards ready: Altuzarra for Target is finally here! Based on Target’s colossal success with past collaborations (Missoni, Jason Wu, Peter Pilotto, to name only a few), this collection is bound to sell out before happy hour. The man behind the line, Joseph Altuzurra, won the 2014 CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year award and debuted his stunningly provocative Spring 2015 collection just a few days ago at New York Fashion Week. Now he hits another home run with this nearly 50-piece collection which includes sophisticated separates, classic accessories, and showstopping shoes that brings the designer’s ultrafeminine flair to a new set of shoppers. Each piece retails for less than $100 (talk about a steal), which is great news if Altuzarra’s main collection is out of your budget. Here, 4 TZR staffers picked their favorite piece from the just-launched line and styled it for the office, evening drinks and off-duty jaunts. Be sure to visit your neighborhood Target, Target.com and Net-a-porter.com to score your own Altuzarra for Target—we expect it to go fast.
Dress Like An Editor
See how we're styling our favorite separates from Altuzarra for Target.
Sari Tuschman, Editorial Director
“I’m all about casual style with a few statement-making pieces, which is why I love this bold snakeskin-print blazer. Paired with an otherwise simple outfit—and a bold accessory—and it’s the perfect ensemble for running from the office to dinner with friends.”
Jaclyn Decell, Community Manager
"I’m eternally obsessed with mixing menswear with a sultry beauty look. My night out look draws from the iconic photo of YSL le smoking mixed with a little Robert Palmer-girl thrown in."
Kate Wolfson, Fashion & Beauty Editor
"This season I'm craving a little change, which means swapping my usual uniform of tailored blazers, tees and flats for something with bit of a western vibe. The embroidered top, fringe clutch and well-worn skinnies achieve just that!"
Jennifer Ash, Accessories Editor
"This subtly printed skirt is the perfect office staple. If you're anything like me, wearing 6-inch stilettos to work is out of the question. As an equally as chic alternative, a low-heeled mule can work wonders."