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In addition to the disclosure that the next Go International designer (after Richard Chai?) will be Jonathan Saunders, Target has just released images of their second Go International Private Label collection. The brightly-colored, floral-print-littered line, designed in-house, is supposed to tide customers over until the next big-name collaboration hits stores. Last time around, people were less than impressed with the Private Label offerings; if the cheap fabrics and strange construction issues continue, this one will be no different. One thing's for sure: Rogan Gregory will be a hard act to follow.
· GO International Private Label Collection 2 [Target Pressroom]
· Disappointments: Shopping Target's Go International Private Label Collection [Racked]