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Target will launch Project 62, a midcentury-inspired furniture line, next month

It hits stores on Tuesday, September 19 Target’s Project 62 line of midcentury modern-inspired furniture and accessories, which the company announced last month, has a look book now—and it seems promising. Named for the year Target was founded (1962) and for, according to the company, the year “modernist design hit its peak,” the brand arrives online on Saturday, September 16 and hits stores on Tuesday, September 19.
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