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After 15 years together, Target and Michael Graves going separate ways

A new line of products due out next month will be Graves' last for Target. The designer came up with 2,000 products for the retailer. He says the relationship allowed him to design "on a scale that was unimaginable before our relationship."
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A new line of products due out next month will be Graves' last for Target. The designer came up with 2,000 products for the retailer. He says the relationship allowed him to design "on a scale that was unimaginable before our relationship."

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