3.1 Philip Lim for Target collection already creating chaos
The capsule collection of affordable fashions hit stores on Sunday.
The 3.1 Philip Lim fashion collection for Target finally launched, and not shockingly it has created mass chaos.
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The capsule collection of affordable fashions hit stores on Sunday, and a particular store in Dallas experienced pure turmoil.
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According to the Examiner, Black Friday has come early this year -- eager customers lined up outside the Dallas store well before 8 a.m., when doors opened, to be the first in line to get their hands on the highly-coveted pieces. Shoppers immediately started piling their carts full to the brim with clothing (think animal print dresses, skirts and blouses, as well as cool fall prints in burgundy and mustard). And we don’t blame them — after all, nothing in the collection cost more than $49.99. Shortly after the collection launched, the Dallas store was already reporting to be sold out of several items.
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This comes as no surprise, considering the former success that Target has experienced with high end designers. Just last fall, similar chaos ensued when the Prabal Gurung collection for Target hit stores.
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