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Museum of Ice Cream creates a line of kids’ clothing, ice cream

Sweet is the only word to describe this partnership.
The Museum of Ice Cream , a wildly popular interactive exhibit that’s playing San Francisco through summer, has teamed up with Target stores to launch its new line of children’s clothing and ice cream.
Target’s Art Class pastel-colored collection of clothes and accessories is designed to extend the frothy fun beyond the museum walls. Think separates for girls and boys in shades of aqua, yellow and pink; accessories patterned in gummy bears; and skateboards with banana graphics and pink wheels.
“When our team visited the first Museum of Ice Cream in New York City, they instantly knew it was something special,” Target chief merchandising officer Mark Tritton said in a statement. “Between our shared values of joy, creativity, focus on design and unique experiences, this partnership allows us to give guests a taste of Museum of Ice Cream’s signature aesthetic.”
The full line will be available for a limited time starting June 3 at most Target stores and, and is online now for those who want an advance peek. Prices range from $5.99 to $59.99.
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