Hayden-Harnett

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Hayden-Harnett is a Brooklyn-based fashion company that produces handbags, accessories, and apparel,[1] founded by Toni Hacker and Benjamin Harnett in 2005.[2] Hayden-Harnett was recently chosen by Target Corporation to design a limited edition national diffusion collection for spring 2009 delivery at Target stores.[3] In a relatively short time span, this indie design company which began offering just handbags and accessories,[4] gained cult appeal.[5]

Hayden-Harnett's products are sold through its website and can be found in department stores like Nordstrom and Anthropologie in the United States, and Mitsukoshi, in Japan, as well as at hundreds of small boutiques around the world and at their Greenpoint, Brooklyn store-front.[6] Their Greenpoint design:shop anchors the north end of the burgeoning shopping area on Franklin Street.[7]

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