If you’re dreading the weather this week, you can at least take solace in some retail therapy, courtesy of the people at Target that fell in love with The Webster Miami and decided to give it a permanent home in their shops – making it reasonably affordable for the rest of us to indulge in the carefully curated style that is the polished and fashion-forward Webster.
With prices ranging from $7.99 to $49.99, the Target shop captures the spirit of the Miami boutique at a fraction of the cost – sans the big designer labels, of course. The Webster at Target collection hits stores and Target.com May 6, 2012, along with items for kids, baby, women’s shoes and select styles in plus and petite being exclusive to Target.com.
Leandra Medine’s double-fisting arm party took Miami over the weekend and I was somehow able to stumble upon the action and say, “hey,” for a couple minutes before the glammy staff at the Webster started eyeing me and my $7 Target jeans, probably wondering how I’d slipped past the proverbial velvet rope. No matter. The store was exquisitely curated and made for some fun wish-list building (read: Chanel-lusting).
Thanks to the Man Repeller for being so gracious and hanging out with a couple of aspiring fashionistas between styling sessions. And thanks to the Webster for letting us frolick among the racks of couture we hope to someday afford. You can keep up with the Man Repeller here and shop the Webster’s newly redesigned online shop here.
Special thanks to Yve for trailing me with a camera and documenting the experience.
Fashion lovers rejoice! The Man Repeller herself is coming to Miami. Join the Webster Miami and The Man Repeller for the launch of their new online store. Meet Leandra Medine as she offers styling tips.
When: Friday, January 13, 2012, 5:50 PM to 7:30 PM
Where: The Webster Miami, 1220 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Why: Get free swag and soak in a rare fashion opportunity.
Tickets: $100 each, including a fab goodie bag and free cocktails
RSVP: Call 305-673-5548
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