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Target Trades Up-and-Coming Designers for Heritage Blankets

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Target stayed close to home for its latest collaboration, partnering with Minnesota-based, family-owned heritage brand Faribault for a line of wool, American-made accessories and gifts. Target's exclusive line with Faribault will be available on starting November 2, and includes limited-edition bags, throws, scarves for men and women, and tech accessories.

Faribault Woolen Mills is based not far from Target's headquarters in Minneapolis, and is known for classic, durable wool blankets. The company has been around since 1865, and for this collab with Target, the Faribault team searched their archives for inspiration. The collab also allowed Faribault to experiment with new, modern product categories like smartphone cases and tablet sleeves. Click here to see the Faribault lookbook on Target's blog.
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