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VIDEO: Target Dress Collection Re-Launch: A Dance Interpretation

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Only three more days to go until Target relaunches 34 of its most coveted designer collaboration frocks in celebration of the five-year anniversary of the über-popular Go International series. To kick off the relaunch festivities, fashion-redefining hipster-fave Opening Ceremony presents "Step, Dance, GO!", a video featuring a group of super-talented girls from the Bad News step team at Wings Academy in the Bronx. These lovely young ladies show us how it's really done when you're wearing a Go International dress.

The team leader starts off the routine wearing the Proenza Schouler raspberry bustier number. The wardrobe changes to follow include frocks by Luella Bartley, Libertine, Thakoon, Jovovich-Hawk, Tracy Feith and Rodarte. Adorbs! The creative styling for the performance is courtesy of Opening Ceremony co-owner Humberto Leon. So we're thinking that we have him to credit for the touch-of-hipster Wayfarer frames that all the girls are sporting. The video is also viewable on the Opening Ceremony site and look out for the dresses in Target stores nationwide and on March 13.
· Opening Ceremony [Official Site]
· Target [Official Site]
· Target Relaunches 34 Dresses From Previous Designer Collaborations [Racked]