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This Woman Wore Altuzarra For Target To The CFDA Awards, And She Looked Pretty Amazing

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Even though we're still blushing over the super revealing dress Rihanna wore to the 2014 CFDA Awards, we spotted a much more affordable gown that won over our deal-hunting hearts.

A dress from Altuzarra's designer collaboration for Target debuted at the CFDAs on Monday night. Noria Morales, the director of design partnerships at Target, first gave us a sneak peek of the design via her Instagram account.

She wrote: "Excited to debut an #altuzarrafortarget dress tonight at the #cfdaawards goooo Joseph! @altuzarrastudio."

Now prepare to swoon over the complete outfit...

Morales looked amazing in the black maxi dress that features a large orchid print and thigh-high slit. Her bright yellow Anya Hindmarch clutch, black strappy Nicholas Kirkwood heels and loose locks added the finishing touch.

The sexy, yet modestly-priced Target dress was an appropriate choice for the glamorous event, as designer Joseph Altuzarra won the Womenswear Designer of the Year Award.

We really wish we didn't have to wait until September to get our hands on pieces from this Target designer collab, but at least we know it looks damn good!

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