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Chrissy Teigen is launching a new kitchen collection at Target 🎉

Mark your calendars for September 30th.

Chrissy Teigen is launching a new kitchen collection at Target 🎉
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She's been hinting at it for awhile but now it's official: Chrissy Teigen has a line launching at Target.

If a copy of her cookbook Cravings doesn't bring enough Chrissy to your kitchen you will soon be able to have a curated kitchen collection in your cupboards, too. Her line of kitchen and tabletop ware, the Cravings by Chrissy Teigen collection, will be available at Target September 30.

"I truly can't believe any of this is happening!" Teigen wrote in an Instagram post Thursday announcing the line.

"I've always wanted people to love what they've cooked from my books. Creating a collection was a natural extension of my passion for food," she said in a media release.

The collection 

One of the pieces in the Cravings by Chrissy Teigen collection

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According to Target, pieces in the collection will be priced between $4 and $140, with serving dishes, glassware, pots and pans, knives, and other cooking utensils in the mix.

There's not a lot of images on social media yet, but Teigen knows what will happen once fans get their hands on the cooking tools she's worked to create. "I think I'll cry when people start tagging me in Instagram photos of them filled with their delicious food!" she said.

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For Teigen, one of the most exciting things in the collection is her 'Go To' knife, which was the first thing she and her team created for the line because it's something she always wished for but never had when working in her own kitchen.

"I have so many knives in my own kitchen, but always found myself gravitating towards my 7-inch chef's and serrated knives. I always wished they would morph into one, so we did just that," she explains.

Now Chrissy's got her special knife and soon you'll be able to own it too. Mark you calendars for September 30 because this Target collab is bound to sell out fast!

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