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Kate Young for Target Debuts Sunday (Slideshow)

The celebrity stylist’s collection overflows with goodness. Flip through the line’s lookbook to plan your shopping strategy accordingly.

Kate Young for Target lookbook photos courtesy of Target.

When Target announced its plans to launch a collaborative limited edition collection with celeb super stylist Kate Young, we immediately marked our calendars for the debut. And happily, the day is (almost) finally here: Young’s designs appear on store shelves Sunday morning.

Though this collection marks a departure from Target’s previous partnerships with high-profile designers like Prabal Gurung, Jason Wu, and Missoni, Young isn’t exactly a nobody. Recently named one of Hollywood’s most powerful stylists by The Hollywood Reporter, Young is the stylish force behind such A-list stars as Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams, and Rachel Weisz, in addition to consulting gigs and runway styling for top designers such as Derek Lam, Vena Cava, and Yigal Azrouël. And she’s no stranger to working with Target, either—the retail giant tapped her to style several of the store’s previous collaboration campaigns, including Wu’s.

But enough about Young’s impressive chops. On to the clothes! The modern, cool-girl collection, which ranges from $29.99 to $89.99 for apparel and $14.99 to $49.99 for accessories, is chock-full of covetable glam. While there’s plenty of elegant evening gowns and forever-stylish LBDs, we’re especially excited for the more surprising (and more versatile) pieces. Sheer polka-dot bodysuits, navy satin formal shorts, leopard-print booties, the perfect black jumpsuit? Yes, PLEASE.

Click through the Kate Young for Target lookbook in our slideshow above to map out your buys in time for Sunday’s debut.

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  • The satin blazer is the best! Also a big fan of the yellow pieces in the collection... the envelope clutch and embellished shift dress. I heart Target!

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