A limited run collection from the oldest name in denim.
As a guy who likes shopping for stylish threads and home goods while on a budget, you're no stranger to Target. Like me, you probably got your start there and still fill in your wardrobe with wallet-friendly finds when you're poking around on a grocery run. We link to their Goodfellow line quite frequently thanks to its J.Crew-esque appeal on a discount.
Target also has a long history of doing instantly sold out limited runs with higher end designers like Zach Posen, Anna Sui, and 3.1 Phillip Lim. Unfortunately those were primarily for women so not much to report there from us.
That's why I'm digging (and hopefully seeing more of) their new collaboration with Levi's. While they do have some men's clothing (Mainly just a trucker jacket that is available elsewhere), it's their home, bar, and pet pieces that are sticking out to me. Imagine Target pricing for styles you normally find at CB2.
I'm really into the home bar aspects of the collection, like the copper finished bar cart and the denim roll up bar tools. The home line featuring stoneware tableware and a striped apron, has a distinctly contemporary feel that normally costs a lot more at traditional home decor stores.
Beyond the dining room table, is a small collection of furniture. I'm particularly fond of the sherpa butterfly chair for that Joshua Tree/Boho vibe, there's also a shaped sherpa bean bag chair, denim ottoman, and folding stool.
While I won't be squeezing my pooch Leela into a doggy denim Getup anytime soon, she does love the denim rope toy I picked up for her (and it's priced right for how fast she destroys toys). A full set of dog bandanas, collars, and denim & sherpa beds, plus water bowls to match your new plate set are available too.