Tag: Jason Wu for Target

Hometown Low Down: This Week in Valley Media

February 3, 2012 | 12:30 PM | City Guides | By Alanna Watson

There’s lots going on in the Valley this weekend, but rather than point out the obvious, we’re looking to our favorite media outlets to tell us what’s going on under the radar. Food, art and well, beer, awaits you so read on to get the hometown low down…

A new column for the Downtown Phoenix Journal has emerged entitled “Your Downtown Beer” which will focus on the beers you can drink in DTP (the size and boundaries of which will not be specifically defined, but rather determined by the beer’s cultural proximity and significance to the area….we think) Places like Copper Blues, The Roosevelt and The Rose & Crown will be discussed as they sell contracted beers with their own names. It won’t just focus on “beer bars” or places that serve “craft beer.” No, no, Your Downtown Beer  “aims to expand your view of beer’s sense of place” which all sounds very vague and intriguing. We can’t wait to read what’s up as this column grows, after all, we do love the brew.

If you haven’t heard about Target’s most recent design collaboration than congratulations, you have managed to avoid television, magazines, online media, the radio and Target for at least two months. How do you do it? Anyway, Jason Wu For Target debuts this Sunday, but you can get it on eBay for 250 times the price according to Jackalope Ranch. We all remember the devastation after Missoni for Target crashed servers and cleaned out shelves within hours a few months ago, so plan this one out. Get your taser and be at Target upon opening and you should be on your way to wearing Wu. Check here for our sneak Peek a Wu. »READ MORE

Peek a Wu

January 5, 2012 | 7:55 AM | Her | By Staff

Image via Philly.com

Now we’re really excited. Check out these leaked photos of Jason Wu for Target on Fashionista and Philly.com coming February 5 through March 6. The newest line by the international designer for the mega-box store will include clothing, handbags and scarves starting at $19.99 to $59.99. Trish Adams, senior vice president of apparel and accessories for Target said, “His talent for creating modern, yet feminine designs translated beautifully into an affordable collection that our guests will covet the moment it’s available.” Mark your calendars, this one’s going to be awesome.


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