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What are the holidays for if not to bring people together? And who better to facilitate all this togetherness than the collaboration kings over at Target? That was precisely the spirit last night at the launch party for the retailer’s major holiday collection with Neiman Marcus and the CFDA.
Just when we thought that we were done with shopping for a few weeks, the commercial for the massive CFDA x Target x Neiman Marcus collaboration comes out. And of course, it’s great.
Collab-happy Target teamed up with the CFDA and Neiman Marcus on a major holiday collection, and we’ve got the full look book with prices! You’re welcome.
Ok, we know it’s not even Halloween yet, but seriously, HOW PRECIOUS IS THIS?!
When it was announced that the CFDA, Target, and Neiman Marcus were teaming up for a major holiday collaboration, we knew the collection was going to be a big deal.
Last week we found out that Target and Neiman Marcus are collaborating with CFDA designers on a 50-piece holiday capsule collection, and now we have a behind-the-scenes video that has everything you need to know about it!
High-end Target collaborations are nothing new, but now Target is teaming up with another retail giant to bring luxury to the masses this holiday season.
We know, we know — everyone and their mother is excited about Jason Wu‘s upcoming collaboration with Target. But the celebrated fashion designer has another partnership coming down the pipeline — one aimed at making your home smell infinitely better than it already does.
If you needed any more proof of income inequality in America, look no further than retailer Neiman Marcus‘s annual Christmas book, which for 2011 is encouraging the 1% to buy their loved ones a $75,000 yurt.
Retail operations everywhere have been quick to distance themselves from all things John Galliano-related, but the Saks Fifth Avenue flagship in New York City may have moved a little too fast. Its general manager, Suzanne Johnson, is reported to have said that the store would take everything Galliano designed off its racks and shelves. Yesterday, a Saks representative clarified that statement: Galliano’s eponymous label is out, but Dior is staying right where it is.
This week, Kanye encountered some Fashion Week mishaps, Kate Middleton and McQueen seemed like a match made in heaven and Kate Moss got wild. Also, Anna Wintour wore ugly boots and John Galliano continued to make headlines.
Like most responsible members of the retail community, Neiman Marcus has just launched a blog called NM Daily that gives its readers (who it hopes to convert into shoppers, no doubt) an extra layer of interaction with the people who make the national retail chain work.
No publication ever seems quite as decadent as the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book. Sure, it contains the requisite python handbugs and fur blankets and $1,400 face cream, but it also includes fantasy gifts. What is a fantasy gift, you ask? Our official definition is “crap you would never, ever buy that also happens to cost thousands (or sometimes millions!) of dollars.”
When will the Photoshop savagery end? Seriously, retailers around the world are wreaking havoc on poor models everywhere. We must put a stop to the cruelty! Let’s take a look at Neiman Marcus‘ latest offense.
In light of a series of bedbug infestations at the New York City outposts of Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, and Victoria’s Secret some of the city’s bigger stores are tamping down on their bug patrol. But trust luxury retailer extraordinaire Bergdorf Goodman to do it in style.
The fashion industry isn’t known for its stellar sense of humor nor, come to think of it, are its members known for their love of off-priced retailers that make a profit by marking down their wares. So we’re not exactly surprised that a number of buyers are less than pleased with a new round of commercials that makes light of their misfortune.