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Subversive Jewelry for Target

Target is partnering with renowned jewelry designer Justin Giunta to launch a limited-edition accessories collection, Subversive for Target. The second jewelry launch in a series of limited-time-only accessories designers (following Dominique Cohen, which is on mad clearance right now), the Subversive collection will be available at select Target stores nationwide and at March 23 through July 20, 2008. Prices range from $14.99 to $59.99.

I think I love this collection...but it's too pricey! No way I'm paying $60 for a necklace from Target. But patience is a virtue, and I can certainly wait until it goes on sale. But what about you? Will you be pouncing on this collection when it hits stores? (Click the thumbs to see full-size pics)

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Its fun looking stuff, but no way would I pay that much. I hate to be the one to say it, but forever 21 has tons of jewelry for dirt cheap that look really good, so no way am I forking over $60 at Target!
#1 Peaches on 2008-03-04 11:49 (Reply)
Seriously I can't keep up with Forever 21's awesome accessories. I'm currently craving a bunch of their bangles...
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2008-03-07 00:30 (Reply)
I loved these designs.
They look very cute.
You can find similar jewelry design links here
#1.2 jewelry lover (Homepage) on 2008-03-10 10:59 (Reply)
I'd pay $60 for one of his originals. Hahaha. These just don't look all that exciting. Like he hacked them out at the last minute. And I am so tired of that sparrow!!! It's everywhere.

Actually the one at the very bottom I'd wear. Do you think they'll look that good in store though?
#2 michelle on 2008-03-11 15:42 (Reply)
Love this collection & while it may be pricy for target .. girls justin giutan's pieces run for 1,600 $$$ !! So be realistic THIS IS A STEAL.... I just got a hot necklace of his
#3 Anna on 2008-07-16 18:43 (Reply)
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