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Yesterday, Target quietly launched its latest line of collaborations with indie boutiques. If you're hoping to get your hands on some lower-priced clothes designed by the people behind Kirna Zabête or Odin, you're in luck. According to a tipster, the Atlantic Avenue Target is still full of merchandise. He writes:
Odin was decently stocked with shirts, sweaters, and pants. Lots of the bigger sizes (M up), and a few smalls in each. I saw the blue parka only in XL, maybe L. There were a couple pair (literally) of the shoes, in 11 and 12 or so. Didn't see the duffel bags. It looked like there was a lot of KZ.It sounds like the home items went a bit faster, though.The housewares, especially Patch NYC, seemed pretty picked over, but with a fair amount of certain things available. A lot of mugs and US-shaped cutting boards from the Curiosity Shoppe were left.Have you looked for the collection anywhere else? Let us know what you found.
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