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First Look at Target's Liberty Collab; Babel Fair Goes Online

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EVERYWHERE—Speaking of Liberty, here's an early look at the flower powerhouse's collaboration with Target. Blogger Rima Suqi nabbed shots of gardening gloves, picture frames, pillows and planters, plus a list of prices that all fall below the $20 mark. As she points out, this is the first time Target has teamed up with a partner on a range that includes menswear, womenswear, clothes for kids and housewares. You have to love Liberty's versatility, even if the items above aren't quite as dramatic as those Nicholas Kirkwood stilettos. [Rima Suqi via Nitrolicious]

ONLINE—Worldly little Nolita shop Babel Fair, which only carries designers you can't get anywhere else in the United States, just added online shopping to their website. Now you can investigate Korean sweaters and Australian boots from the comfort of you own home—but still buy them locally to avoid shipping costs. Genius! [Babel Fair]