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11. For incubating cult brands in-house

HIGH CHAIR Target’s two-year-old Project 62 furniture line, which includes the Copley Plastic Counter Stool, has given the company new momentum.

One room is full of sequins and kids’ clothes. Another has lamps and tables, and yet another houses beakers of various

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