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Wednesday Wants - designer goodies at working girl prices!


Can't seem to stop talking about Target collabs these days.  In case you missed the news about the Target/Neimun Marcus line coming in December you can read it here and if you haven't heard of The Shops at Target, let me fill you in. This unique collaboration has the savvy Target spies scouring the country for unique boutiques that, depending on where you live, you may not have access to. The funky and fabulous clothes of Krina Zabete from New York's trendy Soho. The Curiosity Shoppe from San Fransisco, doesn't the name just make you curious?  The unique and interesting treasures from Patch NYC, which is actually a store located in Boston, and Oden New York for really cool upscale menswear.  

Here's the scoop ~                 
  



Sarah Easley and Beth Buccini's Manhattan store is gorgeous and vibrant. It's a high-fashion destination full of fun and energy and filled with top designers and up and coming talent. The founders' distinctive nicknames hang over the door, setting the tone for an unpretentious and fabulously stylish experience.





                                     The Curiosity Shoppe
When Lauren Smith and Derek Fagerstrom opened The Curiosity Shoppe in San Francisco's Mission District they filled it with the quirky, clever and nostalgic pieces for the home.


                                                                             Patch NYC



Boston-based John Ross and Don Carney were surprised and thrilled that somehow Target found their store that's tucked into a courtyard in Boston. The store is full of hip accessories for the modern home, infused with unexpected twists on vintage styles.


Eddy Chai and Paul Birardi are the dynamic duo of New York menswear boutiques. Their original Odin New York store opened in 2004 and quickly became the go to for men with style (or men wanting style.)  They're not just selling clothing they're selling a lifestyle that men are buying and now there are 3 Odin stores in NY!

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