Mulberry for Target bags hit stores
It’s no wonder the lower priced line is being being snapped up at lightning speeds. The pink Large Cerise Leopard Satchel, shown on the above right, costs $49.99. The purple leopard Alexa Hobo from the original Mulberry collection will set you back $1,450.
A saleswoman from the Harlem location told the News that bags are totally sold out. Same goes for Target’s Gateway and Atlantic Terminal locations in Brooklyn.
There are a few bags left at the Staten Island and Bronx Terminal locations.
The bag on the right costs under $50. The bag on the left costs $895.
Frustrated buyers are familiar with futile attempts to land designer merchandise at cheap prices on the Target site only to find that items are sold out before they even log on to their computers.
In 2008, Anna Hindmarch for Target bags sold out in two minutes. In 2009, Rodarte’s entire line was gone and up on eBay within a day. And early this year, people were reportedly buying out piles of items from the Jean Paul Gaultier Target collection and turning them around for double on the street.
Still, if you’ve got your heart set on a designer for Target item, it’s best to keep checking the stores. By the time they replenish their stock, the public may have moved on to another chic for cheap line.
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