Leaving London yesterday was so hard, but I return home to find that Alice Temperley, a British designer who grew up on a farm in the English countryside, has designed a line for Target. As a designer, Alice is known for her prints, details, and charming, yet sophisticated pieces. Alice launched her Temperley line at London Fashion Week in September 2007 and has said that the romance of the English countryside has provided inspiration for her collection. Alice combined details, moods, and prints to create the collection full of classic pieces that is inspired by British heritage. Stand out pieces from her Target collection are a long flower-print V-neck dress, a long coat with voluminous sleeves, blue polka-dotted bow blouse, and a navy military jacket with gold buttons. Also, the line for Target includes accessories, like a beret that comes in three colors, and even though the line launched on September 16th, I have not seen the beret or some of the other must have pieces on the internet, so I will check back often. The website is so fun to look at-Alice gives a great interview and the clothing is displayed in English-like settings. All of the names of the looks are charmingly named (like the first picture Victorian Vogue which is Alice’s favorite and Pasture Posh). My favorite that I am going to shop for is the next picture, which cost $49 and has been reviewed as being the most like Temperley’s more expensive designer line.