DALLAS, Mar 20, 2009 / FW/ — As announced last November, Target is continuing its collaboration with Rogan Gregory for eco-friendly fashion. This time around, the partnership is with Loomstate, a casual brand founded by designer Rogan Gregory and Scott Hahn in 2004 dedicated to creating demand for certified organic cotton using socially and environmentally responsible methods of production.
The limited edition Loomstate for Target is an edgy eco-friendly fashion line for men and women and provides yet another example of Target’s commitment to providing impressive design at low prices.
With a relaxed design sensibility and a devotion to environmentally sensitive materials, all of the cotton used in the collection is 100 percent certified organic. The collection will be available April 19, 2009 for a limited time at Target.com and select Target stores nationwide.
The Loomstate for Target collection was created with a commitment to an environmentally responsible future – all of the cotton used in the Target collection is 100 percent certified organic. Soft-washed fabrics enhance each garment’s lived-in look and add to the care-free, timeless attitude of the collection.
Featured prominently throughout the line, the signature Loomstate pelican logo and aqua shade serve as a reminder of the Loomstate desire to always tread lightly on the earth. Iconic tees featuring graphics inspired by nature, authentic washed denim and relaxed favorites including hoodies, board shorts and simple dresses all encompass the signature Loomstate passion for creating easy-to-wear and casual fashion-forward collections for men and women.
The Loomstate for Target collection ranges in price from 14.99 to $44.99, in comparison to their high-end line which can cost over $200.