Finding stylish menswear and accessories is going to be as easy as heading to your local Target. That’s because the Minneapolis-based retailer is launching Target Collective, their first collaboration targeted specifically at men that features, according to the retailer, “impeccably-crafted, U.S.A.-made goods including hand-tooled leather belts, durable canvas bags, graphic tees and irreverent stationery from partners Billykirk, Owen & Fred, Taylor Stitch, Duluth Pack, Locally Grown and Terrapin Stationers.”
“What excites me about this program is that we’ve curated brands we think our guests will love, and that we’ve worked with each brand to co-create products specifically with our guests in mind,” said Kathee Tesija, chief merchandising and supply chain officer, Target. “By exploring innovative partnerships like Target Collective, we’re bringing newness to our assortment and offering our guests easy access to stylish, well-crafted, quality products they’ll find only at Target.”
That sounds exactly up The Manual’s alley. Prices in the partnership range from $10 to $270, with most items going for less than $100. In the market for a new backpack, weekender back or dopp kit? Duluth has the Pack Scout Bag, Billykirk made a useful messenger bag, carryall bag and a dopp kit. If clothes are what you’re after, go for the nicely crafted Taylor Stitch striped shirt and chambray or chino pants. If grooming accessories are what you’re after, look into getting Owen & Fred’s shave kit or soap. And if you’re in need of a good t-shirt, check out Locally Grown’s offerings.
Target Collective makes it easy to find the brands that we at The Manual love to bring to you, so hurry up and get to your local Target before everything sells out. We can’t wait to go there and grab a Billykirk messenger bag.
For more information, visit target.com.