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Chrissy Teigen x Target's Kitchen Collection Is Coming (& We're Here for It)

September 17, 2018

Just when you thought you didn’t need another excuse for a Target run (Anyone else mysteriously overspend on every visit, whether you need to buy something or not? Just me?), we bring you one very exciting reason to: Chrissy Teigen just announced she’s launching a new kitchenware collection, hitting shelves on Sept. 30.

The Cravings by Chrissy Teigen kitchen and tabletop line will exclusively be available at the popular retailer, featuring all of the essentials she uses to serve up her favorite recipes (eh-hem, French toast casserole). Think versatile Dutch ovens and beautiful servingware. The collection will have more than 40 items to choose from, ranging in price from $4 for drinkware to $140 for a 12-piece cookware set.

In addition to a “go-to” knife that marries the utility of both a standard chef’s knife and a serrated knife (see below), Teigen loves the organic plates and bowls in her line, marked with raw edges and flecks of glaze.

Photo by Target
Photo by Target
Photo by Target

“They’re timeless but have character, and they look beautiful both on a table and stacked on a shelf,” she said in an official release. “I think I’ll cry when people start tagging me in Instagram photos of them filled with their delicious food!"

The model, mother, and New York Times bestselling author of Cravings is due out with her follow-up book, Cravings: Hungry for More, on Sept. 18. Fans of the hilarious and always relatable social media star will be happy to know that Teigen’s lovable mom, husband (crooner John Legend), and toddler daughter Luna all had a hand in the recipe-approval process.

What We Crave (Pasta. Always Pasta.)

What are your favorite Chrissy x Target pieces? Let us know below!

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Girlfromipanema September 17, 2018
Is this post sponsored?
epicharis September 17, 2018
Neither this, the Ikea plastic container post, or the Container Store shelving system had any disclaimers of sponsorship. I have a hard time believing a business as large and professional as Food52 would neglect to mention sponsorsed posts, but the degree of specificity involved feels incredibly artificial and it's downright deceptive if it is sponsored. Looking forward to more clarity from the editorial staff.
Hana A. September 17, 2018
Hi Girlfromipanema and epicharis - thanks for your comments! This post, including the others you mention, are not in fact sponsored (you'll notice sponsored content will have a "sponsored" tag next to the writer's byline). We are just writing about the news and brands that we love and we know our readers love, too. Thanks for your continued readership!
M September 17, 2018
Considering the press release quote above, I'd bet this is a non-sponsored post whose information comes from a press release. The problem is there was no editorial oversight/guidance/editing to ensure that it doesn't read like a sponsored piece, where every bit of opinion reads like it was taken straight out of the release. "Popular" retailer, desire to overspend there, "beautiful" this, "versatile" that.