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Missoni for Target: Designer Fall Fashion for Less


Are you ready for Fashion's Night Out on September 8th? Here in New York City, one of the evening's highlights promises to be the Missoni for Target pop-up store (1095 Sixth Avenue near Bryant Park), which opens at 6 p.m.  But fashionistas are expected to line up early to purchase pieces from the sure-to-sell-out collection before it hits stores on Sept. 13. The 5,000-plus square-foot pop-up store space also housed the Liberty for Target pop-up shop in 2010.
During FNO, designers Angela Missoni and Margherita Maccapini Missoni will attend and pose for family portrait-style photos with the first 20 guests who spend more than $100.  All portrait images will be updated to the Target Style page on Facebook.

Cardigan, $49.99; sweater dress, $54.99; pumps, $39.99

Ballet flats, $29.99

This spring, Everything She Wants attended a press preview and the Missoni for Target collection is honestly one of the brand's best designer capsule collection thus far.  With 400 items including clothing and accessories for women, men and girls, luggage and home furnishings, the collection is also the largest in the retailer's history of designer partnerships.

Vase, $29.99 and votive, $9.99

Luggage, $49.99 and $169.99

Throw, $39.99

Items range in price from $2.99 to $599.  I've got my eye on those adorable ballet flats!



Photo credit: Target

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