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Missoni for Target collection premieres Sept. 13

August 16, 2011 |  3:42 pm

Missoni Towels Target
The signature Missoni zigzags are familiar, but these prices are not.

The luxury Italian home and fashion brand will release a collection for Target on Sept. 13 that will encompass more than 400 products. Target has teamed with John Derian and Liberty of London in the past; the forthcoming line will include Missoni's classic stripes, zigzags and abstract florals on bath towels ($10.99 to $12.99) and shower curtains ($34.99), shown above, as well as bedding, dinnerware, throw blankets, stationery, bicycles and outdoor furniture. Items will range from $3 to $600, but most products will be about $40.

The Missoni for Target collection will be available in stores and online Sept. 13 to Oct. 22. Select products will be available longer, some through early December, depending on availability.

For a further look at Missoni for Target, keep reading ...

Missoni for Target collection

A casual throw, $39.99.
Missoni patio furniture
A four-piece sectional furniture set, $599.99, will be available exclusively online. 

Missoni for Target collection
A laptop sleeve decorated with abstracted florals is $29.99.

Missoni for Target collection
Melamine appetizer plates start at $2.99. Missoni6
A duvet set for full- and queen-size beds includes duvet and shams for $99.99.
Four-packs of stoneware pieces will be available exclusively online. A salad plate set will be $31.99, the dinner plate set will be $34.99, the cereal bowl set will be $29.99, and a set of mugs will be $29.99.

Five-piece stacking espresso set, $39.99.

A three-speed "ladies’ comfort bike," $399.99, will be available exclusively online.

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-- Lisa Boone

Credit for photos: Target

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