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What's Left of Altuzarra at the Masonic City Target

Peasant looks aplenty from the Altuzarra for Target collab.
Peasant looks aplenty from the Altuzarra for Target collab.

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Unlike the Philip Lim and Missoni collabs, the Altuzarra for Target collection isn't flying off the shelves. And we're not surprised. The shoppers we spoke with at the Metreon City Target during the launch on Sunday were largely disappointed with the clothes in real life. So what's left?

The trenches, which our friends at Racked National loved, are not an option unless you find one that has been returned. We saw exactly one trench coat (black python, size small) and rack full of faux furs (also black, all sizes), but those were the only remaining outerwear options.

The peasant tops and dresses didn't go over so well with shoppers; racks remain filled with the long black peasant dress, the short red version, and the red top. The purple satin orchid dress is still available, but we didn't see any of the long, black orchid style. The python-print looks and the shoes were equally unpopular. Skirts, dresses, over-the-knee boots, heels: If you want it, it's there. You can also find the red velvet suit and the orchid print sweatshirt.

Keep in mind, the return period for the Altuzarra collab is 14 days instead of Target's usual 90 days; if there's a piece that you're still dying to find, head back to the stores on September 28.
· Altuzarra for Target: The Complete Buying Guide [Racked]
· We're Liveblogging the Altuzarra x Target Collection from Metreon! [Racked]