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Here's a Look at Target's Collab With Kirna Zabête

Sarah Easley and Beth Buccini, co-founders of SoHo's popular Kirna Zabête, via Getty
Sarah Easley and Beth Buccini, co-founders of SoHo's popular Kirna Zabête, via Getty

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As we bide our time waiting to see what's in store for the Target-Neiman's holiday capsule bonanza, there's news from the the second round of the Shops at Target. Sarah Easley and Beth Buccini, co-founders of SoHo's popular Kirna Zabête boutique, have gone from buyers to designers for the first time, and the result is a lot of printed pieces and at least one boat-neck jumpsuit. Teen Vogue got a preview of the collection, and spoke to the ladies about how it came to be:

"The collection [...] is an exercise in print-making, in more is more. Speaking of more, we ended up designing 100 styles! It's a stylist kit on steroids. There's no bad combination of silhouettes; we designed it to mix and match," said Easley.

The mixing and the matching ranges from $9.99 to $199.99 and it'll be available at Target stores and on Target.com on September 9 (long before that holiday capsule arrives). Go ahead, plan your shopping basket with the sneak preview of the pieces after the jump.


· Get An Exclusive Sneak Peek At Kirna Zabête's Target Collaboration [Teen Vogue]
· Target-Neiman Marcus Collab Predictions: Your Cliff Notes to All 24 Designers and Our Wild Speculations on Who's Doing What [Racked]