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Sunday, August 5, 2012

Patch NYC for The Shops at Target


Round Two of The Shops at Target bows September 9th, and ads featuring the new collections have just debuted. The Boston-based purveyor of cutesy vintage Patch NYC joins three other independent retailers for the autumn installment of the Bullseye pop-up shops. "Ranging in price from $4.99 to $119.99, [... the] 50-plus-piece collection will feature a collection of nature-inspired lush bedding, decorative pillows, figural lamps, glass drink ware, serving bowls, coasters and more." Just in time for baby Hipsters (Bipsters?) to feather their dorm nests and first apartments with all manner of forest critters.


"Avant garde" New York women's clothing boutique Kirna ZabĂȘte will curate a "100-plus-piece collection [featuring] tops, dresses, skirts, pants, outerwear and accessories." (That pumpkin-colored skirt is pretty fab.)

The Big Apple will also be represented with Odin, the mini empire of three menswear stores. Expect "sweaters, henleys, button-downs, pants, shoes and accessories" for the boyz. (See the plaid/Fair Isle-striped/chukka-booted man candy above.)

San Francisco-based The Curiosity Shoppe will introduce a "60-plus-piece collection of entertaining accessories, stationery, kitchenware, games [and] crafts."

Curiosity Comes to Target [A Bullseye View]

3 comments:

Anne At Large said...

Hmm. The first thing I thought when I saw this is "I hope it's the clothes and not just the home goods". I am feeling the pumpkin skirt too!

Modern Country Lady said...

picture two has pretty much everything I like.. shame it's not on this side of the big water.. :-(

Appletree said...

an inside source tells me we should be very excited about the Nieman Marcus collaboration for the Holidays.