Target has done it again! 

From the impressive size range of Victoria Beckham's line to Peter Pilotto's magnificent prints, Target's collaborations never fail to impress.

And now, the retailer is launching a new fashion line for kids with the help of a young Latina.

Meet Haileigh Vasquez.

Although she is just seven years old, this tiny trendsetter has already modeled and strutted the runway for New York Fashion Week.

Haileigh rose to fame when her mother, Zulay Vasquez, posted a picture of her daughter on Instagram when she was just three.

The fashionista currently has over 130,000 followers on her social media platform.

Four years later, the little Dominicana is designing a kids' collection for Target.

Haileigh is one of ten kids chosen to design pieces for Target's newest kids’ apparel line, Art Class, launching with the Class of 2017 collection.

Vasquez took to Instagram to share the exciting news:

Such a dream to have my own pieces that I designed launching @Target! So excited to be a part of the #artclass line! Come and check out the whole collection on Jan. 22 on Target.com and in stores!!

Following the success of children-exclusive lines such as Pillowfort and Cat & Jack, Target decided to team up with 10 young stars to be part of this creative experience.

According to Michelle Wlazlo, senior vice president of apparel and accessories at Target:

Art Class provides kids, and their parents, another great reason to choose Target. The line gives kids the ability to have fun with their fashion – creating looks that are truly their own and truly original – all while offering moms and dads with the value and convenience their busy lives demand.

Vasquez is one of the youngest "students" of the Class of 2017 designing for the Art Class collection.

The line will feature more than 100 items, including graphic tees, knit joggers, shorts, gauze dresses, and more.

This budget-friendly collection will retail between $5.99 to $24.99, and new products will be released every four to eight weeks.

This is a big step for Vasquez, who recently told ABC News that she dreams of becoming a fashion designer “just like Karl,” referring to the infamous Karl Lagerfeld.

When talking about the German designer, the seven year old said, “he's an icon fashion designer,” and added, “he designs all the stuff in Fendi and Chanel. ... But I like Karl, because he's really fashionable, and I am too. So I really, really want to be like him one day.”

The collection is set to launch beginning January 22, 2017 in all Target stores and on Target.com.

We can't wait to see what fun and colorful designs this young fashionista has in store!