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harlemtarget_thumb.pngShoppers living in NYC are eagerly awaiting the opening of a brand new Target in Harlem on July 25, and the company’s recent announcement about a new string of collaborations is just another reason for savvy fashionistas to get excited. Target will partner with local clothing designers Isabel and Ruben Toledo and Stephen Burrows, as well as homewares designer Marcus Samuelsson, for a Harlem-inspired capsule collection. The Toledos will create trendy swimsuits while Burrows focuses on chic color blocked dresses. Samuelsson’s designs will include cute kitchen items. Prices will range from $4 to $35 and items will be available in the store on opening day and online on August 1, for all you non New Yorkers. Here is a sneak peak of what you’ll find, from New York Magazine:

Punky Bunny is a cute & quirky jewelry collection available on Etsy. The line focuses on sterling silver, brass, vermeil, and gemstone jewelry and features fun shapes, like skulls and owls, and phrases like “te amo” and “just believe.” Most pieces sell for less than $75. Here are some of our favorites:


This grey leather Mikai handbag with brass hardware is the perfect everyday bag. Carry it to work, carry it to dinner, carry it shopping - it looks chic no matter what. It’s the perfect size: it is large enough to fit all your essentials, the book you read on the subway, and even a pair of flats, but it’s small enough so you won’t lose your keys or your lipstick.

Mikai’s timeless collection of stylish leather handbags are handmade in Argentina. The Classic City Bag is a splurge at $354, but it’s totally worth it since you’ll basically never need to put it down! Buy it at

il_430xN.126253154.jpgThese cute little purses made from vintage and hard-to-find fabrics are perfect for adding a unique, antique-inspired detail to your look. Each purse is one-of-a-kind and costs less than $40.

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Jennifer Elizabeth is a combination of vintage and modern elements - New York-based designer Jennifer Amenta takes objects from history (i.e. broken crystal stones from a 1920s chandelier) and recreates them into glam jewels. With many pieces selling for under $100 and quite a few as low as $25, Jennifer Elizabeth provides an affordable dose of vintage-chic style for savvy shoppers. Here are some of our favorite items:

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1940s gold pendant with gold plated vintage chains bracelet - $65

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Vintage Egyptian black and white painted pendant earrings with gold metal fringe - $25

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Floral swirl ring - $25

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