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The collection includes everything from pillows to skirts to rain boots—all in the signature zig-zag print

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Fashion girls around the globe have drooled over Italian luxury brand Missoni—known for its colorful knitwear—since the 1950s. But drooling is just about all those of us with normal salaries have done—with beach towels going for more than $200, the goods definitely don’t come cheap. Lucky for us, the label has teamed up with Target in yet another genius collaboration. Starting September 13, almost every department of area Target stores will be flooded (and quickly drained, we imagine) with those boho-cool stripes. The limited-edition line includes separates and outer wear for men, women, and girls, as well as bedding, dinnerware, stationery, decor, bags, shoes, and accessories. Prices run the gamut ($2.99 to $599.99), but most of the products stay under the $40 mark. To see our favorite pieces from the collection, click here. To see the items you’re going to have to fight us for, click here, here, and here.

Missoni for Target, available September 13 through October 22 at all area Targets and Target.com.

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