Target’s Latest Clothing Line Was Designed By Kids For Kids
Target may have cracked the code on producing clothes that kids will actually want to wear by hiring a team of talented youngsters to take part in designing their latest children’s line.
Art Class, Target’s new children’s apparel and accessories brand, is all about “encouraging kids to express themselves through what they’re wearing, just like an actual art class”, and what better way to prove that then getting a group of cool kids together to help design the Class of 2017 line?
Target chose 10 talented kids between the ages of 7 and 14 to vist the Target HQ in Minneapolis to provide feedback on some early Art Class looks and design two pieces of their own for the final collection. Dancing, singing and acting prodigy Asia Monet Ray,11; celebrity chef and CEO of Mr. Cory’s Cookies, Cory Nieves, 12; model, actress and globally recognized young fashionista Haileigh Vasquez, 7, and more all helped bring Target’s new line to life.
“Over the past year, our teams have reimagined our assortment for kids, and guests have loved the introduction of new Target brands including Pillowfort and Cat & Jack,” said Michelle Wlazlo, senior vice president of apparel and accessories at Target. “Art Class provides kids, and their parents, another great reason to choose Target. The line gives kids the ability to have fun with their fashion – creating looks that are truly their own and truly original – all while offering moms and dads with the value and convenience their busy lives demand.”
Take a look at all of the cool new Art Class styles over at Target.com Prices for the Class of 2017 collection of the Art Class brand range from $5.99 to $24.99.
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