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Jason Wu is next to collaborate with mega-retailer Target on a fast fashion collection. The New York-based designer is an industry darling, but will he blow out of stores a la Missoni?

Well, we've loved Wu since his debut in 2006. And the country fell in love with him when the First Lady wore his white one-shouldered gown to the Inaugural Ball in 2008. So we're betting yes on this one.

Wu's designs will be priced within our reach starting February 5; apparel, handbags and scarves will all be between $20-60.

So what will the collection look like? We’ve been given a peek at what will be on offer via a few sketches, but to help move it along, we've put together a group of Wu looks we'd love to see interpreted at Target. Click through to see our wish list.

What would you like to buy on February 5?

This loafer from his Resort 2012 collection is just what we want for fall—a little bit conservative, a little neon, a lot cool.

Screen siren Diane Kruger wore a creation from Wu to the 2011 Met Ball. She looked absolutely stunning—very old Hollywood mixed with modern-day bombshell. The top would do nicely in our wardrobes for those New Year's parties.

This gorgeous lace-appliqued dress is classic Wu—so romantic but modern at the same time. For $60, we'd buy two.

This bright pink flowing gown from his Spring 2011 collection would be perfect for those fall weddings we have coming up.

The young designer captured the color blocking trend perfectly with this subtle top and classic pair of must-own pants.

Saddle bags can be a good thing...especially when they're this deep red leather.

After the one-shouldered goddess dress that the FLOTUS wore at the Inaugural Ball, we'll take anything from Wu in this silhouette.

Rachel Weisz wore this stunner from Wu's Resort 2011 collection to the CFDA awards this year. The demure silhouette and gorgeous print make it a must-have.

Wu does feathers better than anyone else. And not in a Big Bird way.

Swarovski crystals on a silk coat? Yes, please.

This bag is insanely gorgeous. We need it, so how about offering it at about $40? Thanks.

Every lady needs a suit and this classic beauty from one of Wu's first collections will brighten up that boardroom nicely.

Oh yes, these sandals will go nicely with our shorts come spring.