The headline should just say shop till you drop! because the Neiman Marcus Holiday Collection was just launched at Target Stores this November 28. The launch of Target’s new brand created a shopping frenzy.
The launch of the Neiman Marcus Holiday Collection gives you a chance to buy goods, outfits and accessories designed by some of the most popular designers. The great thing about it is that you can buy creations by Diane von Furstenberg, Jason Wu and Tracy Reese at huge discounts and prices that range from $7.99 to $499.99.
The Neiman Marcus Holiday Collection isn’t the first collaboration with popular fashion designers for budget collections. The Jason Wu and Missoni collections for Target created just as big of a shopping frenzy as the current Neiman Marcus Holiday collection. Unfortunately, while you might imagine leaving the stores with so many shopping bags you forget the number, in the New York pop-up store you will only be able to a buy maximum 5 items.
For the launch of the Neiman Marcus Holiday Collection in New York, fashion stars and celebrities showed up. Zoe Saldana and Kate Bosworth both attended the launch, but so did Leighton Meester, Shay Mitchell and Diane von Furstenberg herself. It’s easy to see why….The Neiman Marcus Holiday Collection features high fashion stars such as Marc Jacobs and Proenza Schouler at insanely available prices.
“Each piece in this collection is unique and reflects the specific aesthetic and personality of its designer, so it’s hard to choose favorites” Target spokesperson Erica Winkels said in an interview for CBS Minnesota. “We’re thrilled to offer consumers this eclectic mix of product from such a talented roster of designers” she added and is sure that “no matter their interests or tastes…guests will find a piece from this collection that they have to have (or give) this holiday season”.
In other news, watch out for another Neiman Marcus collaboration fashionistas should keep an eye on. Victoria Beckham has started her Neiman Marcus tour in the United States. Monday night she was in Las Vegas, then she flew to Los Angeles and then again in Dallas. The British designer will spend time with Neiman Marcus’ clients in several stores across the United States.