Target Taps Miami’s The Webster To Be Part Of Its Specialty Store Collab

Just when we thought Target’s collaborations couldn’t get any better (Jason Wu for Target, anyone?) they do. As part of its new design program dubbed “The Shops at Target," the brand is teaming up with our very own The Webster.
Yep, you read that right! Our little ol' luxury shop, along with four other small stores across the U.S., is partnering with the big-box company to create an affordable collection envisioned by The Webster’s owners Laure Heriard Dubreuil and Milan Vukmirovi.
These mini-stores will be set up inside local Targets beginning in May. And while we’ve only seen a few looks from The Webster's line, we can tell you there’s a ruffle-belted dress ($42.99), a cap-toe wedge in melon and gold ($29.99), sand dollar chandelier earrings in gold ($12.99), a maxi dress with smocking in two-way deco print ($24.99), white pants ($29.99), and a graphic tee ($19.99).
The other specialty stores are producing things like stationary, flavored soap bars, artistic candies, and dog collars. Sounds like The Webster got the better end of this deal. Let’s just hope we get a piece of it, too. Get those elbows ready!

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