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Anthropologie Reveals Exclusive Treasures For The Launch Of Made In Kind

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    Anthropologie has always been one of our go-tos, when we're looking to spot something special, beyond the same old off-the-rack finds. However, this month, they're launching an exclusive collaboration project that will take our excitement — and hence, our wish lists — to the next level. Partnering with vibrant designers such as Karen Walker, Samantha Pleet, and Charlotte Linton, Anthopologie introduces their exclusive Made In Kind collection this Thursday, April 5.

    With just a short preview of the MIK's offerings, we're immediately excited by gorgeous textiles, colors, and one-of-a-kind prints that will soon be available online and in stores. In the ongoing monthly project, Anthropologie will continue to introduce a new batch of designer collections each month to keep us on our toes and constantly checking in for the next line of eye candy to land on our lust list. We can't reveal all the info we know, but as a teaser, check the slides for a few of the pieces we're fawning over. And —hint, hint — stay tuned for Anthropologie's May's designers, including Byron Lars and Charlotte Taylor.

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