Thursday, August 6, 2009

Rodarte for Target, could it be true?

We think it is safe to say that we idolize the Rodarte girls. Their pieces are immaculate and their designs are just so lovely words can't do them justice. We adore the fact that they grew up in LA, and many of the designers that we work with have worked under them at some point. Students in LA beg to intern for them, many promising to sort sequins on the floor of their studio. We would even offer to sort sequins for a day if we got to get an insight into what goes on in these girl's world. Great news we got today: Rodarte is designing a line for Go International at Target. The sisters will design a 55 piece line set to debut in stores December 20th.

We might be more excited for this than we were for Matthew Williamson's line for H&M. Or maybe its a tie.

You're welcome for this pic of Agyness Deyn and Coco Rocha backstage at Rodarte's Spring 09 show. Courtesy of style.com

4 comments:

Jenna said...

This site is fantastic! My cube neighbor, Linda, introduced me...I have a couple more weddings to attend this year, and I am definitely interested in borrowing a dress!

Katherine said...

I totally agree with Jenna, I love this site and all the gorgeous dresses. I already borrowed a dress for a charity event and it was amazing! I have a wedding coming up and will for sure be a return customer.

Lauren said...

It's amazing for the crazy wedding rush that comes with your friends nearing their mid 20s and 30s as well... who wants to be seen in the same dress in all your friends' framed wedding pictures... the horror. So glad I found this to keep my pictures pretty :) Thank you!

alimra said...

I like that higher end designers are collaborating to produce affortable yet still fashionable pieces. However, I've noticed that the fabrics are usually cheap, poorly made, and ill-fitting. So far, the only designers that seems to have gotten it right are Stella McCartney for H&M in 2006, Phillip Lim and Vena Cava for Gap in 2009.

I hope that this Rodarte for Target collection wont be a complete let down.