Beth Hammarlund reviews Christian Dior, Chanel, Giambattista Valli, and Elie Saab in the first of her Fall Couture 2014 wrap-ups.
This week in The Shopping List, food and fashion pair perfectly at FGI’s Network + Connect: Culinary Fashion presentation, Hot Mama changes its name to Evereve, A MANO holds a trunk show, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean finds stylish backpacks and messenger bags for a functional active commute.
Freaked out by Botox? Guffawing at the price of expensive skin creams? Beth Hammarlund recommends this good old-fashioned wrinkle-fighting product that’s been around for over a century.
This week in The Shopping List, Tess + Tricia hold a trunk show at Kisa Boutique, the MLB All-Star Week holds Fields of Fashion, Madewell hosts local artist Ashley Barlow, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean showcases lightweight knits that show Summer sweater is not an oxymoron.
In the wake of The Craft debuting on Netflix, Beth looks at ways of adding that old black magic to your summer wardrobe.
This week in The Shopping List, local designer Lily Harris launches an online shop called Lily Stan Studio, Cliché hosts their annual Fourth of July sale, 331 Salon finally opens, see my picks for what to wear this weekend, and more.
Like pretty much everyone, Beth Hammarlund is enjoying the professional takedowns of Terry Richardson and Dov Charney. But how did we ever let them get away with their behavior for so many years? How much of our own complacency is to blame?
The local designer and half of the TIM+THOM label has become the sixth local designer cast on the Emmy-winning reality-TV competition.
This week in The Shopping List, Parc Boutique turns six years old, Arrow hosts a singles shopping event, Macy’s takes part in PRIDE, and more great sales.
The Rogue Epicurean visits the Minneapolis farmer’s market and guides your shopping with tips on what produce is at its peak at this stage of the growing season.
Beth Hammarlund got a mosquito bite on her face and it may have pushed her over the edge. In this week’s Crush with Eyeliner, she cries for vengeance!
In this week’s String Theory, Beth Hammarlund previews Joseph Altuzarra’s fall line for Target and speculates on what we can expect from the collaboration.
In this exclusive interview we talk to the founder of the acclaimed local men’s style blog about his work and his recent relocation to Boston.
This week in The Shopping List, Fashion Group International hosts a rooftop fashion show, Hackwith Design House launches two limited-run collections, Pinterest-er Poppytalk debuts a line of party products at Target, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean helps you update your summer footwear with stylish sandals that take you beyond the beach.
This week in String Theory, Beth Hammarlund weighs in on school dress codes and “the bra strap debate.”
This week in The Shopping List, Velvet Moon pops up in Edina for the month of June, REVOLT 2 Rock Fashion hosts a philanthropic fashion show, Parc Boutique announces a new location, and more.
The Rogue Epicurean provides low cost tips and tricks for making sure any living space is graceful and tastefully decorated.
Feel like you need a little boost in the je ne sais quoi department? In Crush with Eyeliner, Beth Hammarlund shares a few of her favorite French pharmacy products that are available here in the states.
Did you think Beth Hammarlund’s Cannes fashion talk was over? Fool! Prepare for Eva Green to eat your soul.
This week in The Shopping List, support charity by exchanging your old clothes for KOKOON credit at KOKOON for a Cause. Lots of outdoor events are now popping up like the Whittier and Edina neighborhood art crawls, Askov Finlayson’s second free tailgating get-together, and more.
Cannes. It’s like the Met Gala, but longer. And awesomer? Beth Hammarlund risks life and limb to share her favorite red carpet looks from the French film festival.
This week in The Shopping List, Light Grey Art Lab hosts a jewelry exhibit based on illustrations, the Johnstock street fair takes over Johnson Street NE, new stores open throughout the Twin Cities, and more.
Beth Hammarlund reviews The Minnesota History Center’s 2014 RetroRama, which celebrated the fashion and style of the Twin Cities in the ’70s and ’80s. Can you dig it?
Beth Hammarlund will share her favorite looks from Cannes later this week. In the meantime, tide yourself over with over thirty more looks from the Met Gala. Seriously, so many dresses.
This week in The Shopping List, explore how fashion and interior design complement each other at Lilu Interiors Fashion + Interiors event and Fashion Group International’s Runway Decorated discussion.
Riffing on the recent men’s fashion trend of shorter shorts, the Rogue Epicurean offers an assortment of go-to shorts of a reasonable length to get you through the summer.