Gurung teams up with Target in a new fashion collaboration

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High-fashion designer Prabal Gurung collaborated with Minneapolis based retailer Target Corporation and created a line that will be in stores next February, the Pioneer Press reported.

The 80-piece collection will include apparel and accessories priced from $12.99 to $199.99, according to the Huffington Post.

The line will hit Target stores on Feb. 10, according to the Pioneer Press.

"My own collection is also inspired by the idea of emotion and all of those things," Gurung told Vogue. "Since this is coming out in February, I thought it was the perfect fit."

Gurung's pieces have been worn by many well-known celebrities including first lady Michelle Obama, Kate Middleton and Lady Gaga, according to the Huffington Post.

Target has successfully collaborated with many renowned designers in the past, including Jason Wu and Missoni, according to the Huffington Post.

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