Loomstate for Target


Photo credit: Target

An unlikely marriage if there ever was one: Loomstate is partnering with Target to produce a limited-edition collection of sustainable, spring-ready togs, just in time for Earth Day.

Made from 100 percent certified-organic cotton, Loomstate for Target's warm-weather casuals, priced from $14.99 to $44.99, will be launching at Target.com and select Target stores nationwide on April 19.Eco-fashion-watchers know, of course, that this isn't designer Rogan Gregory's first dalliance with the big-box chain. Last May saw the appearance of Rogan for Target, the first Target GO International collection to feature certified-organic clothing.

We have to ask, though: Just what corners were cut to bring prices down to the realm of affordability? (Loomstate originals, after all, cost upward of $200.) Considering that Target has been pilloried in the past for alleged sweatshop sourcing, we have to wonder.

Is inexpensive eco-friendly clothing, albeit with potentially questionable labor practices, a good or bad thing? Sound off below!


Photo credit: Target

Photo credit: Target

Photo credit: Target

Photo credit: Target

Photo credit: Target

Photo credit: Target

Photo credit: Target

Photo credit: Target

Photo credit: Target

Photo credit: Target
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