On Monday, Ivanka Trump attended the Air Traffic Control Reform Initiative briefing in the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C. The assistant to the president dressed for the workday event in a $35 silky satin dress — from Target. The black shift with a calla lily printed on the front comes from Victoria Beckham’s collaboration with the retailer and is described as a “chic option for work or the weekend” and the “perfect combination of classic and fashion-forward.” The piece is also currently on clearance for $17.50. The affordability of the ruffle hem dress prompted many to speculate as to how the first daughter is potentially using fashion to make a political statement.
Target’s natural hair-care selection has grown significantly over the years, and it has added well-known brands from as far as Paris and as close as Brooklyn.
Swim leggings are apparently a thing now. Apparently leggings have no limits. The style, once reserved for women working out at home to Jane Fonda jazzercise videos or in the comfort of a yoga studio, has transcended the exercise realm to become an acceptable silhouette nearly everywhere.
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Those not in wearable condition are recycled through a partner and get a second life as a carpet, pillow stuffing, or other useful everyday item. Currently, the service is only available in Target’s home base of Minneapolis, but based on the fact that the secondhand clothing business nets a few billion each year, if the test is successful it’s sure to expand. ThredUp recently received $81 million from Goldman Sachs Investment Partners, according to Forbes, bringing their capital fundraising to a total of $125 million since it was founded in 2009. “In the U.S., we know that parents give away more than $8 billion a year of kids clothing,” said thredUP cofounder and CEO James Reinhart, illustrating his company’s opportunity.
The WhoWhatWear for Target label. Photo: @hillarykerr/Instagram There are Vogue sunglasses and Elle earrings, but can you name one media-meets-retail collaboration you actually want to buy? You can now: Who What Wear is partnering with Target on an ongoing collaboration of apparel and accessories that will be updated monthly. Millions already visit the site, along with its sisters Byrdie and Domaine, for guidance on shopping and styling, and staying up to date on who’s wearing what in both Hollywood and the fashion industry.