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Target's next designer: Jason Wu, creator of Michelle Obama's inaugural gown

Jason Wu, who created First Lady Michelle Obama's inaugural gown, is the latest to team up with the Minneapolis-based retailer to create a limited edition line of women's clothing this winter.
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Jason Wu, who created First Lady Michelle Obama's inaugural gown, is the latest to team up with the Minneapolis-based retailer to create a limited edition line of women's clothing this winter.

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