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Brief Published: 22 Aug 2012

Patch NYC at Target


This September, American boutique Patch NYC is launching a collection with US-based discount retailer Target. It’s the newest edition to the Shops at Target range, which features Target collaborations with high-end brands, giving designers the opportunity to sell to a wider market.

Patch NYC is a small and eclectic Boston-based boutique selling original artwork alongside home décor and fashion accessories, designed by owners Don Carney and John Ross. Their collection for Target features more than 50 items, including bedding, tableware, lamps and decorative accessories, with prices ranging from $5-$200. The collection has a vintage aesthetic, as is synonymous with Patch NYC, and is inspired by nature. Surface patterns feature owls, foxes and feathers.

The collection will launch on September 9 2012 at Target stores nationwide. Californian design retailer The Curiosity Shoppe is also producing a range for Target this autumn.

Patch NYC