Twin Cities fashion retailer Len Druskin will close several stores in the coming days and weeks in a restructuring effort. In an email by Michael Druskin, president of Len Druskin, Inc., the company will close three of its nine locations in the Twin Cities – all three of which are located in Gaviidae Common in downtown Minneapolis. LD Len Druskin and LD Blues will close on Sunday, Jan. 26, and Len Druskin Man will close sometime in February.
These five stores, located across the state of Minnesota, all offer carefully selected, quality accessories and clothing for the gentleman about town.
Vinyl lives. Here are five of the best places to buy vinyl records in Minnesota.
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There is nothing more elegant than the art of handmade jewelry. Here are the five best places in Minnesota where you can be assured your jewelry purchase is truly handmade by a skilled artisan.
There is no comparison to the boutique experience. Feel the rush while immersing yourself in the ambiance of dancing colors and stimulating aromas of these specialty stores. Check out these five best new boutiques that opened in Minnesota in 2013.
Last-minute gifts can get you by when you’re strapped for time. However, the lack of consideration often results in a mediocre gift. Instead of giving the usual, think outside of the box with gifts from these Minnesota spots.
These five enterprises will give you an edge on shopping for the unique decoration this holiday.
Handmade gifts continue to add a special touch to the holidays. Check out any of these specialty shops for an amazing shopping experience.
Forget the department stores this year and stay away from the malls by traveling to specialty shops and boutiques that bring Hollywood styles to Minnesota. Let’s face it, the holidays are more fun when you look fabulous.
Stay up to date with trends by reading these Minnesota style blogs.
Have more time for fun this holiday by shopping online.
Skip the big-box retail madness that is Black Friday and visit these local shops in Minnesota instead.
Find out what styles are hot for men and women this fall around Minnesota.
Minnesotans have made their mark on the fashion industry through costume design, customized creations and retail enterprises. These designers are some of the best.
Get your Halloween costume for less when you shop at some of these budget spots around the Twin Cities.
The comfort of a good pair of shoes creates a relationship that can last a lifetime. Take good care of them at one of these local shops.
Outfit your home for less with the best places in Minnesota to score stylish, pre-owned furniture.
How you dress can speak volumes about your personality and confidence in one glance. Find the suit that speaks accurately for you with these Minnesota expert tips.
The Twin Cities may not be New York, Hong Kong, Montreal, London, Paris, or Tokyo. But Minnesota does has a budding fashion scene. The Hackwith Design House Spring 2014 collection will debut on the runway Sept. 25 as part of Minnesota Fashion Week.
What we see on the runway during fashion week is usually not realistic for day-to-day wear. But occasionally you’ll see some of the world’s trendiest models geared up in functional, comfortable clothes.
Whether you wish to shop for that vintage pair of jelly shoes or start up your own booth, check out any of these flea market finds.
For a great manicure, pedicure, shellac or full package that won’t break the bank, try one of these Twin City salons.
Minneapolis and Saint Paul are full of vintage stores. Here are those that shouldn’t be missed.
Follow these tips from Minnesota style mavens and co-owners of Primp, Michele Gudmunson and Wesley Uthus, to look fashion-forward this school year.