Orange and black is the new red and khaki at Target this fall, where the stores have been transformed into the go-to destination for tricks, treats and all things spooky.
The Halloween 2013 assortment includes a limited-time-only designer wig collaboration with Chris March, creative costumes for kids and pets, accessories for adults, ghoulish décor and, of course, incredible values on candy.
“Halloween is such a fun time of year for kids and kids at heart. At Target, we love seeing the creativity and energy that goes into costumes and neighbourhood decorations each year,” said John Morioka, senior vice president, merchandising, Target Canada. “We want our Canadian guests to know that Target is the wallet-friendly destination for Halloween this year.”
Chris March Collaboration
Target teamed up with fashion and costume designer and former Project Runway contestant Chris March to create an exclusive line of larger-than-life Halloween wigs. Inspired by his experience as a costume designer, March designed eight show-stopping styles: Geisha, Greaser, Starlet, Witch, Medusa, Monster Bride, Mohawk and Afro.
Halloween Costumes and Accessories for the Whole Family
This year, playing dress up is taken to a new level for kids. Target features the most popular costumes of the year, including favourite superheroes and an exclusive line of Disney Princess characters. Top kids costumes include:
- Girl's Ariel Couture Costume
- Boys Wolverine Costume
- Girls Monster High Spectra Costume
- Boys Skylander Tree Rex Costume
For adults, along with the exclusive line of Chris March wigs, Target offers a large assortment of accessories for quick DIY costumes. From costume makeup and faux facial hair, to masks, wands and capes, everything can be mixed and matched to create a complete look. Top accessories include:
- Printed Leggings
- Police Officer Costume Kit
- Skeleton Costume
Minneapolis-based Target Corporation serves guests at 1,870 stores – 1,788 in the United States and 82 in Canada – and at Target.com. Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its profit through community grants and programs; today, that giving equals more than $4 million a week.