Target Designers Tapped for NYC Bullseye Bodegas
September 8, 2008,
Minneapolis – With the four-day run of its four Manhattan pop-up stores coming later this week, Target has enumerated the designers to be highlighted – and it turns out it's all of them.
Michael Graves, architect and the first Target designer partner
Thomas O'Brien, interior designer of 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 meets 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.
Midtown: 101 57th Street, at 6th Ave.;
Union Square: 813 Broadway, between 11th and 12th Streets;
SoHo: 489 Broome Street, betweenWooster and West Broadway;
East Village: 325 Bowery, at 2nd St.
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