It’s no secret that the fashion industry has recently turned its eyes to streetwear. The once sub-culture of fashion has quickly become one of its most innovative facets of the industry. Names such as Virgil Abloh have risen to prominence, and fashion labels such as Versace have quickly adapted to the changing landscape by putting out their own offerings.
However, it was only a matter of time until the fast fashion circuit followed suit, as many have already begun to do. Particularly in the case of Target. The big box store has drawn much credit for its ability to keep up with recent trends, as their in-house brands often release inclusive and affordable offerings that are both inclusive and appealing to followers of fashion.
On the front of streetwear, Target certainly hs not disappointed. One of their newest brands, Original Use, is composed of the usual streetwear staples; such as tracksuits, graphic tees and long sleeves, camouflage print etc.
Many pieces are priced somewhere between $10 to $40 and include Target’s big and tall sizing.
Below are a few pieces from the collection:
All Images via target.com