Prabal Gurung for Target: 10 Looks We Want Recreated

Amongst all the things we're most excited to shop see in 2013, Prabal Gurung's forthcoming collaboration for Target ranks pretty highly. Precious little information is available about the buzzy team-up thus far: it hits stores on February 10, will be priced from $19.99 to $199.99 and is reportedly inspired by love. A vague jumping-off point, to be sure, but one completely suited to the capsule's just-before-Valentine's-Day release.

For our part, we're pretty positive we'll be the ones falling in love with the line—particularly if it includes less-pricey takes on any of the below looks from Prabal's best collections to date. Click through to see what we mean.

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Fall 2009

The bow-front cocktail dresses in Prabal's debut collection caught many an editor's eye. No collab would be complete without a likeminded version or two.

WWD/George Chinsee

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Spring 2010

This pinwheel blouse is a Prabal signature. An updated, more affordable version made an appearance in the designer's J.Crew collab back in 2011, but we'd love to see Target take a stab at the style, too.

WWD/Steve Eichner

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Fall 2011

Every Target designer collab thus far has included a piece or two of standout outerwear. For Prabal's turn, we think this elegant, cape-trimmed trench would fit the bill beautifully.

Fairchild Archive

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Spring 2011

We were obsessed with the designer's color-streaked scuba dresses from the instant they hit the runway. Tar-jay, are you listening?

WWD/George Chinsee

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Pre-Fall 2012

A kaleidoscope-print varsity jacket? Abso-freakin'-lutely.

WWD/Robert Mitra

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Resort 2012

If the bold, modern floral print on this colorful day dress doesn't get you, the expertly wrapped-and-tied silhouette will. We'd love to see an affordable version.

WWD/Robert Mitra

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Fall 2012

The oil-slick neoprene sleeves make this otherwise-basic black coat a real winner.

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Spring 2012

Prabal's Nobuyoshi Araki-inspired collection—perhaps our favorite the designer's ever released—was packed with stunning abstract floral prints in shades of purple and turquoise. This patterned pantsuit needs a spot in his Target collection.

WWD/Robert Mitra

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Resort 2013

Peplums are still going strong—and this gorgeous two-piece ensemble is a great example. We also love the slim skirt's tropical scarf print. Yes and yes!

WWD/Steve Eichner