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Anna Sheffield Jewelry Line Coming to Target

Examples of jewelry from the Bing Bang jewelry collection

Jewelry designer Anna Sheffield is partnering with Target to create a limited-time-only collection this fall. The Anna Sheffield for Target capsule collection marks the fifth jewelry launch for the budget-friendly retailer, and will be available in stores and online August 30 through December 30.

You may recognize Sheffield as the name behind Bing Bang, a high-end jewelry line that's a favorite among celebs. To give you an idea of Bing Bang's design aesthetic, that's some of their stuff above (NOT part of the Target line).

You may also recall that Bing Bang partnered with Urban Outfitters on a lower-priced line called Bee 23 last fall (which I totally missed, but I'm hoping Target's will be better).

Are you looking forward to The Anna Sheffield for Target collection?

Can't wait for this line to come out! There's a great book that I just picked-up called "The Power of Small" that talks about how small things can have a big impact and the book ties into exactly why I love these Target capsule collections. Target really pioneered this fast designer fashion when they partnered with Isaac Mizrahi and by doing these short partnerships they attract a ton of people -- even people who don't know the designers involved! I truly think everyone should pick up a copy of this "Power of Small" book and take an example from Target. In times like these we really need to think small and be innovative!!
#1 Anne on 2009-04-27 11:12 (Reply)
Exciting - I love the look of these :-)
#2 Wanderlusting (Homepage) on 2009-04-27 15:01 (Reply)
Years ago I worked at a small San Francisco boutique by the name of Rolo. It ws one of the first stores to pick up Bing-Bang and I have loved it every since. I still have pieces from their first collection!
#3 DiscountDiva (Homepage) on 2009-04-27 16:18 (Reply)
very good,I like it!
#4 daqiang (Homepage) on 2009-05-08 01:58 (Reply)
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