Here Are Target’s Rereleased Designer Collaboration Looks; Roberto Cavalli Is No Longer Losing Money

From left: rereleased looks by Libertine, Proenza Schouler, and Thakoon for Target. Photo: Courtesy of Target

• Target announced in October that they're rereleasing top hits from their past designer collaborations, and now you can see which ones they've picked. Thirty-four dresses by the likes of Rodarte, Zac Posen, Proenza Schouler, Thakoon, Tucker, and Tracy Feith will be available for $50 and under starting March 13. [Fashionista]

Roberto Cavalli is turning a profit again, thanks to layoffs and a new management approach. [WWD]

David Gandy is thinking about designing a menswear collection. “People have asked me to do it and it is something I'm considering for the future. I designed my own suit for a party this week and I never got so many compliments on an outfit. But there is a big difference between designing one suit or an entire collection.” [Vogue UK]

• Mr. Porter, Net-a-Porter’s manly counterpart, launches today. [Harper’s Bazaar]

Versace has regained control of their Versus label, which was previously produced and distributed by Swinger International SpA. [Vogue UK]

Christopher Kane is teaming up with J Brand on a capsule denim collection as part of his resort line for spring 2012. [Vogue UK]