Target + Neiman Marcus's Big Reveal
Well this has been one long, drawn-out—and hotly anticipated—collection announcement. We've known for a while that Target and Neiman Marcus paired up for a grand collaboration of 20-something CDFA stylemakers for a mind-blowing holiday collection.
Today the images were released for consumers' eyes—though you'll have to just add them to your wish list until they go on sale December 1 at both stores. A little bird told me that there already is great anticipation for crazy public demand, so steel yourself for Missoni-level madness (coupled with holiday shopping crazy). Yes, there might be camper-outers. Just sayin'.
That said, it looks like the goods are going to be worth the gauntlet. Here are a few of my favorites—but this is nowhere near the comprehensive collection which includes an Alice + Olivia bike, darling children's clothing, etc.:
First, the photo at right is almost a take on the space-print textiles that have been so hot on the runway, from the darkly gorgeous Rodarte girls.
Altuzarra (each piece sold separately). How sexy and sophisticated for a woman or a man? I l-o-v-e this set.
Yoga suddenly got very haute with this Diane Von Furstenberg-designed mat.
I've been feeling a little bummed at my limited maternity options, but gloves always fit. Right? Right. Love these Brian Atwood stunners.
The Marc Jacobs clutches might be my one big must-have from the collection (and I want the scarf, too).
Oscar always makes such lovely, feminine things. I only wished it was slightly less feminine (for once in my life!) so I could feed and water my two male dogs with this bowl. (The leash is equally adorable.)
We can thank Tory Burch for freshening up our brown-bag lunch.
Pretty-pretty Tracy Reese blouse, just in time for the holidays. Perfect with some dark skinny dress pants or even loosely tucked into a tweed pencil skirt.
Reminder: All items will be available at both stores. And now you know you best be getting up early if you want your hands on any of the goods!
Posted on Wednesday, October 17, 2012 in Permalink