News In Stores Today: Lauren Bush Lauren's FEED Collection for Target By Marianne Mychaskiw Marianne Mychaskiw Instagram Marianne Mychaskiw is a New York-based freelance writer and editor who covers everything from beauty and style, to wellness and entertainment. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on June 30, 2013 @ 10:00AM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Alex Reside/InStyle.com Lauren Bush Lauren's FEED collaboration with Target is officially in stores! The extensive line, which boasts clothing and kitchen essentials among many other items, combines a classic feel with a charitable touch. Each item is stamped with a number, which indicates the amount of meals FEED USA is able to donate once the piece is purchased. "Our goal is to donate ten million meals," Lauren told us at the launch party. "Hopefully, it empowers consumers to know that they're making a meaningful impact." In addition to the great cause the products support, the red, white, and blue color palette is perfect for any Fourth of July festivities you'll be attending. "The overall theme and design inspiration was modern Americana, so we wanted to reflect materials that felt very American," she added. Click through our gallery to see some of the offerings, and shop the full lineup at Target stores and target.com today. [wrn_button url="https://www.instyle.com/instyle/package/general/photos/0,,20689922_20710820,00.html" text="SEE THE PHOTOS!" title="SEE THE PHOTOS!"] 01 of 11 The View Alex Reside/InStyle.com What a treat! Over 500 guests attended the FEED for Target launch event—including Lea Michele, Sophia Bush, Karlie Kloss, and host Lauren Bush Lauren—which boasted a panoramic view of the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan. 02 of 11 The Setting Alex Reside/InStyle.com Held in the old Tobacco Warehouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park, 500 guests enjoyed the open-air venue, and got a sneak preview of the soon-to-be-released FEED USA products. 03 of 11 Strength in Numbers Alex Reside/InStyle.com The number stamped on each item indicates how many meals FEED will donate. "Our goal is to donate 10 million meals," said Lauren. "Hopefully, it really empowers consumers to know that they a meaningful impact." 04 of 11 The Table Setting Alex Reside/InStyle.com To tie in with the "modern Americana" theme of the collection, country-inspired settings decked out the tables, right down to the Mason Jar glasses. 05 of 11 Bag It Up Alex Reside/InStyle.com "The whole FEED USA collection for Target is 50 pieces," said Lauren. "We have a wide variety of products-polos, playing cards, a lunch bag for school, and even a stationery set." Find it at target.com starting June 30. 06 of 11 Home Matters Alex Reside/InStyle.com Gingham-printed ceramics, pie pans, and even kitchen towels are included among the home range. "For us to do things in home or cookware, it's all new-and this isn't even everything!" she said. 07 of 11 American Feel Alex Reside/InStyle.com In addition to the patriotic color palette, Lauren also chose materials that had the quintessential American feel. "I wanted everything to look and feel very classically American, very wholesome, and very summery," she said. 08 of 11 Linen Fresh Alex Reside/InStyle.com Blankets, towels, and fresh-scented candles also adorned the home section. "We made these beautiful candles that are scented like linen," said Lauren. "We have done a candle once before, but never a linen-scented one." 09 of 11 City-Perfect Bikes Alex Reside/InStyle.com Form and function? You can't go wrong! Included in the line are red and blue fold-up bikes, which provide 320 meals. "They're convenient for city living," Lauren added. 10 of 11 Double-Duty Kitchenware Alex Reside/InStyle.com "These oversize mugs are great," Lauren told us. "They're so versatile-it's like your cereal bowl, or a really large cup of coffee!" 11 of 11 Playing Favorites Alex Reside/InStyle.com "I really love these glasses," she said. "It's really hard to say what my favorite piece is, though. I was so involved in the collection, and looking at everything, I know the whole evolution of how we got to the finished product!"