Our love for Target knows no bounds. The solid greeting card selection, the dollar section, the home decor 鈥 but what we love most of all are the designer collaborations. Whether it鈥檚 a lace dress from Rodarte or some amazing home goods from Oh Joy! we just can鈥檛 get enough. And now the red and white giant has done it again. The newest collab is an eyewear line they鈥檝e designed with NYC DJ duo, AndrewAndrew.

Unlike some of the big names Target has snagged before, you may not have heard of AndrewAndrew before. In fact, the two musicians were shocked that Target had heard of them at all. 鈥淚 don鈥檛 know what possessed Target to think we鈥檙e a good fit, but we鈥檙e thrilled,鈥 they told the New York Observer. 鈥淭hey totally drank the AndrewAndrew Kool-Aid, hook, line and sinker. I don鈥檛 even think they know our last names.鈥

If the name sounds vaguely familiar they were the band Hannah Horvath and her ex-boyfriend, Elijah went to see in that crazy club episode of Girls (you know, the one where she wears that mesh tank top). The artsy duo is surrounded by a cloud of mystery. Friends and family have signed non-disclosure agreements about their last names and they don鈥檛 give much away in terms of their past or personal life. What we do know is that they broke onto the DJ scene in the early 2000s and have since taken the NYC art crowd by storm.

The duo鈥檚 trademark look is an extremely exaggerated version of preppy 鈥 kind of the ultimate geek-chic. They are known for dressing as identical twins, even though they鈥檙e aren鈥檛 actually related in any way. AndrewAndrew鈥檚 recognizable style has definitely translated well into eyewear. The oversized frames are bold, boxy and look very much like what the two wear on a daily basis.

The collection includes five unisex frames in 14 variations of shape, style and color. It seems like the big brand鈥檚 optical department is hopping on board the online eyewear trend, as they have also established an in-home try-on program (similar to Warby Parker鈥檚). Customers can get four frames delivered, try them on and then choose which one looks best. The frames retail for a reasonable $129 (price includes frames and lenses).

If there is one thing we know to be true about Target collabs it鈥檚 that you better act quickly. These pretty specs will be gone in the blink of an eye (pun 100% intended).

What do you think of Target getting into designer eyewear? Who do you want to see them collaborate with next? Share below!

(Images via Target + Joshua Pestka)