Target brought great design to New York shoppers at low prices with their four limited-time Bullseye Bodegas staged throughout Manhattan over the past four days.
The bodega theme is one that almost all New Yorker’s can identify with, as these small, un-glamourous grocery stores are all over the city, stocking all the essentials.
The four pop-up shops featured products from Target’’s 22 designer partners. Each store featured a select range of fashion, accessories, beauty and home products, with an average price of around $25.
Inside Target’’s unique Bullseye Bodegas, the beauty and home products were displayed in actual deli cases.
A collection of Anya Hindmarch’’s handbags were previewed at the Bodegas ahead of their official launch at Target stores later this season.
Target Bullseye Bodegas
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