Target Future Collective with Gabriella Karefa-Johnson

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Whether it’s home decor, new beauty, or fashion, Target is one of our favorite places to shop, especially if we’re looking for trendy picks on a budget. From the Stars Above Cozy Feather Yarn matching loungewear set that’s gone viral on TikTok to stylish gold hoop earrings and $12 cat-eye sunglasses, there are plenty of fashion finds that are editor-approved must haves at Target.

However, if you’re looking to revamp your closet and experiment with your look, Target’s Future Collective is the line perfect for those who want trendy on a budget. With this brand, you can find affordable, stylish apparel and accessories designed in partnership with the various style and cultural influencers. The brand’s first partnership with Kahlana Barfield Brown was an instant success. And now, for its second installment, Target’s Future Collective is collaborating with Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, an NYC-based fashion editor and stylist who loves color, prints, and maximalism. We curated our favorite pieces from the line, all under $48.

Karefa-Johnson’s Future Collective collection includes both trend-driven and timeless tops, dresses, matching sets, outerwear, and denim. Her style and designs feature plenty of abstract prints, playing around with unique textures, and bright pops of color (we’re talking neons galore!). This collection has a a variety of bold colorways and statement-making pieces along with some classic neutrals that you can wear everyday. Some of our favorite pieces include flattering ruching as well as tailored silhouettes for understated elegance. Whether you’re looking for an elevated essential or something daring, the line has something for everyone. The collection comes in sizes ranging from XXS to 4X.

Get a sneak preview of our top picks ahead. You can shop the entire collection on January 29.

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