2020-02-13 08:00:40| Fast Company
The 40-piece collection is sleek, well made, and comes with handy USB ports. Retail powerhouse Target has become increasingly adept at launching in-house product lines, from houseware basics to mid-century furnishings, and turning them into billion-dollar brands. The latest product category it’s set to disrupt: suitcases and travel gear. The company recently launched Open Story, a line of high-quality luggage with prices ranging from $19.99 to $179.99. The line contains hardshell roller carry-ons ($150) and checked suitcases ($180), along with backpacks (starting at $50), weekender-style duffels ($80), packing cubes ($30 for a set of four), and even hard-sided cosmetic and jewelry cases ($30). The collection has a sleek, minimal aesthetic, and comes in a muted color scheme of black, sky blue, blush, peach, and mint green. The suitcases, which are designed with a distinctive ridge pattern, come with built-in USB ports for charging your phone.Read Full Story
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