Retailer launches timeless limited-edition jewelry collection
Target is partnering with renowned fine jewelry designer Temple St. Clair to launch a limited-edition jewelry collection, Temple St. Clair for Target. The collection features a range of jewelry that embodies modern style at an affordable price. Temple St. Clair for Target will be available at most Target stores and Target.com August 29 through December 28, 2010.
“Working to create a bright and affordable collection was easy with Target; they provided all the right resources to make it possible to translate my aesthetic and love of color,” St. Clair says. “I look forward to offering these stylish pieces to a new and wider audience of women.”
St. Clair drew inspiration from her extensive travels and studies abroad to create her contemporary, yet timeless, collection for Target. The vibrant assortment features 14K gold-plated brass and cubic zirconium, which fuses rich color into St. Clair’s designs. The Temple St. Clair collection includes necklaces, cuffs, earrings and rings, and ranges in price from $29.99 to $49.99. The Temple St. Clair for Target collection brings luxe pieces at an affordable price to women nationwide.
Temple St. Clair established her namesake collection in 1986 while living in Florence, Italy. St. Clair draws inspiration from her childhood in Virgina, her multicultural education and extensive travels across the globe. Her main collection of fine jewelry, made by Italian artisans who have been working in Florence for generations, is known for its fine materials, craftsmanship and design. Temple St. Clair Fine Jewelry is based in New York City and is sold at more than 100 retailers in the United States and abroad.
Minneapolis-based Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) serves guests at 1,743 stores in 49 states nationwide and at Target.com. Target is committed to providing a fun and convenient shopping experience with access to unique and highly differentiated products at affordable prices. Since 1946, the corporation has given 5 percent of its income through community grants and programs, like Take Charge of Education. Today, that giving equals more than $3 million a week. For more information about Target’s commitment to corporate responsibility, visit Target.com/hereforgood