Target and Neiman Marcus Debut Holiday Collection

In the past, it’s only taken one hot designer collaboration to crash Target’s e-commerce site—so come December 1, don’t say we didn’t warn you. In a legendary partnership hitting stores on Saturday, December 1, Target, Neiman Marcus and the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) have come together to wrangle up twenty-four of our favorite labels, who each created a slew of gifts that will sold at both the mass retailer and luxury department store.

Coinciding with the CFDA’s 50th anniversary, fifty plus gifts will span the store’s high-low price points and include everything from home décor and luggage to clothing and accessories. Expect everything from Oscar de la Renta dog bowls ($29.99) to Tracy Reese blouses ($79.99) to a bike designed by Alice + Olivia’s Stacey Bendet ($499.99). Other hot names include Marc Jacobs, Brian Atwood, and Tory Burch to name a few.

We had the chance to check out the collection last night at a star-packed preview in Manhattan, and needless to say we weren’t disappointed. Each of the designer’s contributions to the collection were on display for admirers and shoppers alike – picture it as a museum filled with holiday glee, awesome presents, and designers like Brian Atwood perusing around. This collection is one of the coolest ways these retail giants could have ushered in the holiday season. What other time will we have the opportunity to dress our little sisters, daughters, or nieces in Marchesa, or take a Tory Burch lunchbox to work?

We don’t think that any of these gifts are going to have a problem selling (and selling out fast)—but just to make the collaboration that much sweeter, both Target and Neiman Marcus will make a $1 million donation to the CFDA to celebrate the partnership and show their continuous support for the American designer community.

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