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From 64-inch plasma TVs and frozen dinners to dorm furniture and discounted deodorant, it seems Target sells everything you could ever imagine.
Last week, the retail giant bulked up its already-expansive inventory by launching the Target Collective—the store’s first curated selection of men’s clothing and accessories. Made in collaboration with six USA brands— Billykirk, Owen & Fred, Taylor Stitch, Duluth Pack, Locally Grown, and Terrapin Stationers—this range presents a diverse mix of merchandise including hand-tooled leather belts, shave kits, durable canvas bags, button-ups, graphic tees, and stationery. Each of the items is made in America, and features top-tier construction and materials. But the best part of this release is that it’s extremely affordable.
"What excites me about this program is that we’ve curated brands we think our guests will love, and that we’ve worked with each brand to co-create products specifically with our guests in mind,” said Kathee Tesija, chief merchandising and supply chain officer for Target. “By exploring innovative partnerships like Target Collective, we’re bringing newness to our assortment and offering our guests easy access to stylish, well-crafted, quality products they’ll find only at Target.”
Though the items range from $10 to $270, the majority of the offerings will cost you under $100; not bad considering they're all manufactured within the states and are designed by up-and-coming menswear brands (unlike the store's previous collaborations, which featured high-end labels like Phillip Lim, Missoni, and Band of Outsiders).
You can pick up items from the selection today, exclusively at Target's online store.