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Further Details Make Target's Standard Show Sound No Less Insane

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The Daily News dug up more information on Target's fashion show at the Standard Hotel, and everything they found makes us think we should upgrade the status of the event from "crazy" to "mindboggling." The music, by Sam Spiegel (also known as Squeak E. Clean of N.A.S.A.), involves everything from a 30-piece live orchestra and a 10-person chorus to a human heartbeat, and it was all recorded in Frank Sinatra's old studio. The clothing was styled by Mel Ottenberg and beauty expert Sonia Kashuk, whose theme for the models' faces was "kaleidoscope." And the dancing was organized by LA-based experimental choreographer Sir Ryan Heffington, whose MySpace page (!) describes him as "the lost, sweaty love child of Martha Graham and Freddie Mercury." We have no idea what this all means for the live show, but we'll be there at 9pm on Wednesday to find out.
· Everyone's invited to Target's exciting runway extravaganza that'll set a new standard for spectacle [NYDN]
· Target Plans Insane Light Show in the Standard Hotel's Windows [Racked NY]

The Standard Hotel

848 Washington Street, New York, NY