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eBay Unveils Designer Collaborations: Presenting All 40 Items, Plus Pricing

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The Billy Reid for eBay Holiday 2012 collection
The Billy Reid for eBay Holiday 2012 collection

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Too early to start thinking about holiday shopping? Not when it comes to one of the most-anticipated gift collections of the season. Aside from Target's collabapalooza, the eBay holiday collective is the event we're most interested to see this season. The site is working with seven very different designers—Fallon, Tibi, Steven Alan, Chris Benz, Ruffian, Jonathan Adler, and Billy Reid—to create a one-of-a-kind gift collection, and they've just unveiled all 40 items.

Unlike the Target collection, which will have items priced as high as $499, this capsule has all merch clocking in under $100—a range that's more in the realm of most people's gift budgets. Also, while Target isn't unleashing their collection until December 1, eBay is launching the capsule on November 12—well before Black Friday, which should make for a refreshingly calm shopping experience. Check out the entire collection, along with pricing, after the jump.

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