Whatever you’re doing, make the time to run to Target to check out their most recent collaboration with Sugar Paper Los Angeles. This co-branded collection is by far their most extensive … and my favorite to date!
Many of the planners and stationery ranges you see in Target’s aisles are created by a third party to the store’s specs. But this range is a co-brand with Target, “a BIG deal for a stationery brand,” Chelsea continued. “We worked directly with a team at Target to develop these items — we partnered with 3M on the Post-Its, Swingline on the stapler, and Target on everything else. The quality of these items is top shelf, even by Target standards.”
I’ll say! And I’ll admit up front that I had a hard time picking images for this post, so sit back & I’ll take you through some favorites. Below you can see an great glimpse of the entire range, including a high-gloss lacquer desk ($399)! It sold out within two hours of being live on Target’s site — “it was insane,” I was told — but they’re hoping to release a few more mid to late October.Below is a Tape Dispenser ($9.99) with Washi Tape inside (2-pack, $3.99) flanked by the striped Casebound Planner ($12.99) beneath a small gold Casebound Planner ($7.99).Here’s a Letter Sorter ($7.99) with a Grey Envelope ($14.99). Love the gold flap — the line is full of little details like this to make every piece more special! It’s hard to pick a favorite between the cork-topped Office Supply Set ($9.99) and Swingline Stapler ($14.99).The Magazine Rack ($19.99) doubles as a file holder — files are $5.99/12.The Task Lamp is a dreamy good buy at $34.99, while the Metal Pencil Cup ($7.99) doubles as a sweet vase!The Large Casebound Planner is Blush is super-posh with gold corners and gold-edged pages ($19.99).The Oops! Eraser is a great buy at just $1.99. The Padfolio ($14.99) is shown open to reveal its jaunty striped lining, while the gold-foiled Planner Sticker Set ($2.99) makes it hard to forget a meeting.The Magazine File ($14.99), Letter Tray ($14.99), Letter Sorter ($24.99) and Metal Clip Letter Holder ($4.99) add polish anywhere you put them. No workspace is complete without white-handled scissors ($16.99)! The Large Spiral Planner on the left is $14.99. And look at the cute little Post-It and Flag set ($5.99).I love how the coral, shown in the Spiral Soft Touch Planner ($10.99), adds a vivid splash of color.
The coral is also on pencils ($3.99/9-pack), and I love how you can hide papers in the blush File Box ($7.99), shown beneath a Letter Tray (sold in a set of 3 nested trays, $16.99).
The Signature Planner ($14.99) at the right for 2017 is sleek in kraft with white printing, with a coral elastic to keep everything in place. That Signature Planner also comes in Grey ($14.99) with gold foil!
Hurry hurry hurry to Target before it’s all gone, or shop it here. And if you want to shop Sugar’s regular (and even more luxe) wares, check them out at NY NOW in Booth 7851!