Liberty of London for Target

TargetWill we ever stop writing about Target designer collaborations?  Probably not.

Tomorrow - Sunday, March 14 - (or 5 days ago knowing how this place operates) Target launches its biggest collab yet.  The chosen one for Target's most recent union?  Liberty of London.

Liberty, a fashion powerhouse London department store, is also an internationally known fabrics label synonymous with uber-charming and very British floral prints.  Although you may not have heard of Liberty before, you've most likely seen Liberty prints during your retail experiences; lines from Theory to Kate Moss for Topshop to J. Crew have used the ordinarily pricey Liberty fabrics from time to time.

We know, we know - how many GD Target designer pairings can people handle?  Just when we think they're getting old (we don't actually think the collabs are getting old (we absolutely love them), but we thought we should offer some sort of disclaimer if people are getting sick of reading about this topic), Target ups the ante.  The Liberty collection isn't limited to only a smattering of women's clothing and accessories (including rain boots and flip flops).  In addition to breezy summer and shirt dresses, scarves and bags, the Liberty x Target collection also offers adorable children's wear, men's wear and - wait for it - housewares!

We're talking serious housewares here: bedding, teapots (look closely in the photo above), glassware, gardening accessories - even a floral print beach cruiser bike (okay we know that doesn't necessarily qualify as a "houseware").  We'll be shocked if there aren't a few sweet aprons in the mix.  Below, a sampling of irresistible throw pillows:libertyIf you're looking to kick start your spring shopping, we suggest you begin tomorrow at Target.  The Target site doesn't provide a list of which stores will carry Liberty, so we're hoping that means most of us will get a crack at it (at least those of us who chose less insane Lenten sacrifices than HCG).

Images of the Liberty of London Target pop-up shop in New York via Fashionista