Missoni to launch a Target line

Fashion from the Missoni Fall/Winter 2004 collection is modeled during Milan Fashion Week on Feb. 29, 2004, in Milan. Giuseppe Cacace/Getty Images

Fashion from the Missoni Fall/Winter 2004 collection is modeled during Milan Fashion Week on Feb. 29, 2004, in Milan.
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(CBS) - Fashion lovers rejoice. Missoni is the lasted brand to partner with Target on a lower-priced line.

The Italian luxury brand, known for its unconventional patterned knits, will debut a limited-edition collection of fashion and home items in store and online on Sept. 13.

The collection - which features clothing and accessories for women, men, girls and babies along with home goods including bedding, dinnerware, stationery and decor items - will range from $2.99 to $599, with most items less than $40.

"Our collection for Target embodies Missoni's values of family, color and quality," said creative director Angela Missoni.

"It has been a fantastic experience translating our aesthetic into an affordable line, one we are eager to share with families across the United States."

Missoni joins a growing stable of designers who have launched a capsule collection with the mass retailer. Past collaborators include Alexander McQueen, Anna Sui, Zac Posen, Rodarte, Proenza Schouler, Mullberry and Calypso St. Barth.


  • Joyce Lee

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