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BB's Weekly Link Round Up: Todd Snyder for Target, J.Crew's Budget-Friendly Line and More

Todd Snyder for Target, J.Crew Mercantile and more fashion news of the week
Target is partnering with American menswear designer Todd Snyder on a special collaboration called Local Pride by Todd Snyder that celebrates the unique identities of American cities.

Who What Wear has the scoop on J.Crew's new budget-friendly line, J.Crew Mercantile.

The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is on! I did pretty well myself yesterday with purchases like this coat and this hat. More details to come, so stay tuned!

The Eddie Borgo for Target jewelry/accessories collection launched - did anyone check it out??

Bed Bath & Beyond welcomes new arrival Kate Spade New York bedding.

Teen Vogue has pics of the Joe Fresh Fall 2015 campaign featuring Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls. Look for "Karlie's Picks" this fall in stores and online, too.

Honor Warren wears a Forever 21 Kids Classic Denim Vest while out with mom Jessica Alba and sister Haven in L.A.

I Am Jes shares a fascinating look at how lasers are being used to distress denim.

Forever 21 launches their Summer 2015 Jewelry Collection.

Rory Beca teams up with Jergens for a limited-edition summer instant sun kit.

People StyleWatch has details on Melissa McCarthy Seven7, an affordable fashion line for all sizes launching Sept. 1.

In case you missed it, loved seeing Beyonce wearing an Alice & Olivia shirt featured artwork by Donald Robertson (one of my faves to follow on Instagram! @drawbertson)

Snap pics of items in your wardrobe and get instant outfit ideas with this cool app called Styleit.

SheFinds gives us a look at the Nasty Gal x For Love and Lemons collection.

Image credits: Todd Snyder for Target screenshot / J.Crew Mercantile screenshot

Comments
I didn't know about that new J. Crew line! Thanks for the heads up:)

Wishes & Reality
#1 Heidi (Homepage) on 2015-07-23 14:07 (Reply)
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