Jean Paul Gaultier brings new line of children’s clothing and nursery items to Target Australia

Target Australia’s 2016 collection just got a whole lot brighter after the announcement that international designer Jean Paul Gaultier will launch his exclusive range of women’s, men’s, children’s, homewares and even nursery products across the country early next year.

And the even better news? You can snap up a bit of this designer goodness for as little as $10.

If there is one thing Jean Paul Gaultier knows it’s fashion. While normally his clothes retail for thousands of dollars and are reserved for celebrities, Jean Paul Gaulter has entered the Aussie market with a 100-piece collection, designed exclusively for Target Australia.

The affordable collection will feature clothing for men, women, children and infants, but he is also branching into shoes, lingerie and nursery items.

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Comfort and style are key to the collection launch as Gaultier’s Target collection is designed to resonate with the ‘Australian lifestyle and approach to fashion’.

“Every time I’ve been to Australia I’ve been impressed by the laid-back, unstuffy confidence that Australians display with their fashion – it resonates with my design philosophy and has such synergy with my own approach to fashion and style,” Gaultier said.

Buyers can expect plenty of iconic stripes as well as “every-day wear – which is really what Target stands for at its core,” he says.

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Target Australia has recently collaborated with heavy hitting designers such as Roberto Cavalli, Stella McCartney, Missoni and Dion Lee and the new partnership announcement has certainly taken social media by storm.

We cannot wait to see what’s in store. Stay tuned.

(via The Daily Mail)

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