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Chef Marcus Samuelsson for Target Home Collection

Marcus Samuelsson for Target Napkins Set, $3.99 each (also sold separately)

To celebrate the Target East Harlem store opening on July 25, Target is partnering with "the best of Harlem" for their Harlem Designer Series. Isabel and Ruben Toledo, renowned designer Stephen Burrows, as well as chef extraordinaire, Marcus Samuelsson have created limited-time only collections that reflect and honor the spirit of Harlem while giving back to the local community. The collections will be available for purchase in the East Harlem store beginning July 25, followed by select stores and on Target.com on August 1. Here's a look at Marcus Samuelsson's vibrant collection of napkins, dish towels, pot holders and more priced from just $3.99 to $14.99 that will liven up any kitchen. I love the veggie prints, especially the eggplant. A perfect pick-me-up for the home! More pics after the jump...

Marcus Samuelsson for Target Apple / Kiwi / Banana Placemat, $6.99 each (sold separately)


Marcus Samuelsson for Target Red Pepper/ Green Pepper Pot Holder, $4.99 each (sold separately)


Marcus Samuelsson for Target Kitchen Towels Set, $4.99 each


Marcus Samuelsson for Target Adult Apron, $14.99

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I love the "Whats Cooking Apron" and for only $15, thats great. I could see me with that on in front of a stylish stainless steel kitchen sink.
#2 Chris B (Homepage) on 2010-07-30 10:00 (Reply)
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