Missoni resellers might be feeling buyer's remorse

Some shoppers bought up Target's Missoni line hoping to make a mint flipping the goods on the Internet. But MSP Magazine's shopping and style editor says many would-be resellers aren't selling much at all.
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Some shoppers bought up Target's Missoni line hoping to make a mint flipping the goods on the Internet. But MSP Magazine's shopping and style editor says many would-be resellers aren't selling much at all.

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