MOUNT PLEASANT, S. C. (WCIV) -- Attention shoppers! You may want to circle December 1, 2012 on your calendar. What's being described as an epic designer collaboration is coming to Target and Neiman Marcus.
Just in time for holiday shopping, the two retailers, which are on opposite ends of price points, have recruited 24 top designers to create limited-edition gift items.
Some of the designers include Mark Jacobs, Tory Burch, Carolina Herrera and Alice + Olivia.
According to Neiman Marcus, the items won't necessarily break the bank. Prices will range from $7.99 to $499.99. Most items will be under $60.00.
All items will be available for purchase starting December 1 at NM and Target stores and online at neimanmarcus.com and target.com.
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