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If you want to set a holiday table that looks like a million bucks but only costs you, say, $100, don’t sleep on Target’s just-dropped collections. Specifically, with Thanksgiving weighing heavy on our minds, we’re eyeing John Derian’s tableware for the big-box retailer. While the designer’s glazed terracotta platters usually cost a little under $300, his melamine and stoneware versions for Target are in the $20 ballpark—and they look just as chic as the real deal. Another reason to run (not walk)? The launch is a highly anticipated one. The last time Derian collaborated with Target was back in 2020.

Courtesy of Target
Courtesy of Target

In addition to replenishing Derian’s assortment, the company just debuted holiday items under its Hearth & Hand with Magnolia (pieces start at $2) and Threshold with Studio McGee brands (from $10). Some people like to listen to “Jingle Bell Rock” to get in the spirit, but a rattan tree cuff and antique brass garland are music to our ears. Here’s a look at what’s in our cart.

For the Table

For the Tree

For Everywhere Else