UPDATE: The wait is officially over (you made it!), and we can now officially take home all the covetable goodies our hearts desire. Tomorrow, for one day only, the Neiman Marcus x Target collection will be available at a pop-up shop in NYC, before the official launch on December 1. You'll be able to stuff your stockings, cross off your wish list, and, of course, make all your non-New Yorker friends jealous.
When: Thursday, November 29, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Where: 530 Fifth Avenue (between 44th and 45th streets); no phone.
IT'S. HERE. YOU. GUYS! If there's one thing that could have given us the holiday spirit in October, it's this. We've got every single item in the Neiman Marcus for Target collection, featuring 24 CFDA designers who created a blockbuster range of 50 holiday products that allowed the designers to create products outside of their usual wheelhouse (Oscar de la Renta pet supplies! Jason Wu kid dresses! rag & bone home wares). Consisting of clothing, accessories, home goods, gadgets, and more (seriously — the stock ranges from flasks to skateboards to children's clothes to wrapping paper), the full collection is even better than you probably had hoped for.
Starting at just $7.99, there's something in here for everyone (including more than a handful for yourself). The collection will be available December 1 at all Target and Neiman Marcus stores, as well as online. Start plotting those wish lists, now!
Photo: Courtesy of Target
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