Target does $70 billion US in sales annually. It is a massive company and though sales are down it isn’t going anywhere.
Target is the inverse of Scheler’s estate and we must assume that much of its clothing is made in less than ideal conditions. However, the company is being forced to respond to other good things in the economy.
Aware of the massive shift to micro beers and how hard that shift is hitting the monster bland beer producers, Target is clearing out half its clothing offerings and re-stocking with “more curated and meaningful” brands (http://www.foxbusiness.com/features/2017/07/05/artisanal-target-retailer-recasts-lines-target-wsj.html).
People demanding a sense of belonging is certainly a good thing. A pretty distant version of Scheler is still a move in the right direction.