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First Look: Pieces from the Target/Neiman Marcus Holiday Collab Revealed by DVF and ABC

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$49.99 jewelry box with original print by one DVF
$49.99 jewelry box with original print by one DVF

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ABC News showed off several items from the mammoth Target/Neiman Marcus Holiday collaboration to end all collaborations, which will be revealed in full later today. For the uninitiated (are you out there?), 24 CFDA designers teamed up with both retailers on 60 gift-focused items including "apparel, home décor, pet products, sporting goods, and more" that will go for $7.99 to $499.99.

Featured items on the segment were four Tracy Reese dessert plates and one sequined top in her brightly patterned aesthetic as well as a yoga mat and jewelry box courtesy of CFDA president Diane von Furstenberg, who was there to unveil it in person. DVF noted about the collection "we got together and decided we wanted to use everybody's strength: The strengths of Neiman Marcus, the strengths of Target, and the strengths of CFDA." Sounds like a real powerhouse. Stick around for more updates as they trickle in today.

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