Last Friday’s United Way’s 5th Annual WINGs Flight of Fashion show had us up in the air with its upgraded venue, the Radisson Blu Mall of America, and its showcase of the chicest boutiques in Minneapolis.
This week in The Shopping List, the Antique Spectacular Show and Flea Market comes to St. Paul. Also in store, A Mano releases a new collection, the Glam Slam event breathes new life into old clothes, Selby & Snelling hosts a Spring Fling, and more.
The bitch is back. Last Friday night, April showers brought Bitch Flowers and it officially became spring in the Twin Cities.
In anticipation of this weekend’s Minnesota Beard-Off, Anthony Enright espouses the virtues and pitfalls of the latest trend in men’s grooming.
The fashion designer formerly known as Kathryn V is back with a new signature label, WINSOME. We talk about her new label, designing for Jeremy Messersmith, and why she’s not inspired by the world of high-fashion.
Celebrate spring and the upcoming summer with looks from Peter Som’s St. Barths-inspired collection for Kohl’s. Beth Hammarlund previews the looks and shares her love of soft pants.
If you’re among those who scored tickets to this Sunday’s “Mad Men” season seven viewing party at Jax, hosted by Vita.mn and Jake Rudh, the question weighing on your mind all week has been: What to wear?!
This week in The Shopping List, The American Craft Council Show makes its way to St. Paul. Also in store, Junk Bonanza gives antique-hunters an easy place to look, the Let’s Play Dress Up sale offers great deals in the North Loop, bumbershute opens a second location within D.NOLO, and more.
Beth Hammarlund shares her favorite lip gloss, that she didn’t fall in love with until the second time around. Stay tuned for her memoir, Lip Gloss and Second Chances.
In this week’s String Theory, Beth Hammarlund shares the five must-see fashion shows of April, including work from designers Samantha Rei, Caroline Hayden, Joynoëlle, and plenty of other local favorites.
The Rogue Epicurean highlights The Dandies Project, a initiative that features stylish local men of color in a blend of fashion & cultural commentary.
This week in The Shopping List, the North Loop hosts its Spring Fashion Crawl. Also in store, Ruby3 steps out at June for the first time in three years, The Dandies Project launches its exhibition, and more.
This week in String Theory, Beth Hammarlund makes fun of normcore. But doth she protest too much? Because she totally wants a pair of duck shoes.
This week in The Shopping List, Emily Henderson is named as Target’s Home Spokesperson. Also in store, the Lululemon Warehouse Sale settles in Minnesota, Local Motion celebrates spring with Friday happy hours, and more.
Voodoo dolls, Dallas references, and porcelain doll marionettes. This year’s Ballet of the Dolls fundraiser clawed out your eyeballs, squirmed into your skull, and then filled your brain with rainbows, clowns, and ’90s jams.
Emily Chang reviews ARENA Dances’ 7th annual swimwear show fundraiser, ARENA Bikini: Cherry Bomb.
The Rogue Epicurean helps you transition your wardrobe into Spring with clean, unstructured pieces appropriate for the changing weather and on into the warm months.
This week in The Shopping List, Minnesota Bride hosts their Look of Love event. Also in store, Cliché holds an Idle Child trunk show, an Eileen Fisher fashion show kicks off Macy’s Flower Show, Ballet of the Dolls hosts their fifth annual Fashion Ball and more.
The Rogue Epicurean helps you perfect the deceptively simple beautifully complex king of cocktails, the Martini.
In this week’s String Theory, Beth Hammarlund discusses more red carpet fashion in Part Two of her Oscar coverage.
This week in The Shopping List, Macy’s hosts a party to make prepping for prom easier. Also in store, Oh Joy! launches her line at Target, Oh Baby! hosts their warehouse sale, Primp opens a new location and more.
The Rogue Epicurean helps you avoid a style rut with recommendations on ways to shake up your standard office uniform.
Emily Chang interviews The Minneapoline’s Ellen Dahl Lawson on her site’s relaunch and her exciting upcoming website, The Flyover:
On Sunday night, hundreds of beautiful people patted themselves on the back for being awesome. Fortunately for us, they looked pretty great doing it. Beth Hammarlund shares her red carpet favorites from The Academy Awards 2014.
This week in The Shopping List, the Makers Market makes its second appearance at Mille. Also in store, Fluevog releases their spring collection, a sale hits Up Six Vintage, Showroom hosts The Switch sale, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean helps you understand and navigate the often misunderstood but exceptionally rewarding world of Sherry.
The rest of the country is marking down prices on winter clothing, because for them, winter is practically over. For us, it is not. Beth Hammarlund takes advantage of this scenario.
This week in The Shopping List, Hackwith Design House brings limited edition items to Parc Boutique for spring. Also in store, Russell + Hazel opens a store in the Galleria, Goorin Bros. releases a 1950s inspired line, and more.
In this exclusive interview, we chat with the men behind TomandLorenzo.com about their new book and their upcoming appearance at the Mall of America on February 23.