Target Partners With Sam & Libby for Footwear Line

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1980s SAM and LIBBY Blue and Bright Yellow Flats.

Target reins at the ultimate retail giant for high-meets-low collaborations.

Joining forces with high-demand designers from Jason Wu to Prabal Gurung, the lower-priced Target partnerships have produced some of the industry's most highly-sought after items.

Promising high-fashion and good-quality for a lower price point, Target just announced their latest collab: an exclusive partnership with footwear brand Sam & Libby.

Available beginning May 5th at all Target stores, with an expanded assortment of colors on, this will be an ongoing partnership, as opposed to most of the time-sensitive lines that are sold out almost immediately without intention of being re-stocked.

Created by footwear genius Sam Edelman and his wife Libby, the Sam & Libby footwear brand was first introduced in 1987 and acquired by Brown Shoe Company this past August.

“Sam and Libby have an incredible understanding of the women that wear their shoes,” said Diane Sullivan, president and CEO of Brown Shoe Company. “They not only know what is relevant to her, but they also know how she thinks and feels about fashion, and this is how they always manage to capture her imagination. Sam & Libby for Target will be no different.”

Starting at $24.99, including everything from sandals and flats to patterned wedges and pumps, the Sam & Libby for Target line will feature 20 styles of contemporary women’s footwear that will be updated with new styles each season.