Target names names for NYC Bullseye Bodegas  

Minneapolis – With the four-day run of its four Manhattan pop-up stores just over a week away, Target has announced who the designers will be.

Twenty-two Target designer brands will be in stores nationwide this fall, more than ever before, the company said. Each will be represented at the Bullseye Bodegas: eight in fashion and accessories, six in beauty, and these eight in home:

  •     Michael Graves, architect and the first Target designer partner

  •     Thomas O'Brien, interior designer melds modern, vintage

  •     Isabelle de Borchgrave, Belgian-born paper artist and painter

  •     Christiane Lemieux (DwellStudio for Target), lux textile designer

  •     Rachel Ashwell, interior decorator of English elegance, California casual

  •     Victoria Hagan, interior designer of timeless home decor

  •     John Derian, decoupage artist in Target only through Oct. 26

  •     Sean Conway, garden and patio designer

Open Sept. 12-15, the mini-stores are named for New York’s homegrown corner convenience stores. They will feature products with an average price of $25, and will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The locations:

  •     Midtown: 101 57th Street at 6th Ave.

  •     Union Square: 813 Broadway, btwn. 11th and 12th Sts.

  •     SoHo: 489 Broome Street, btwn. Wooster and West Broadway

  •     East Village Bodega: 325 Bowery at 2nd St.

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