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Sales + Shopping Events: 5/30-6/4


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Rox jewelry designer hosts a rare trunk show this weekend at St. Paul's Grand Hand Gallery

Courtesy Rox

The week's top sales and style events at Twin Cities retailers:

Style the Night at Primp: As part of its monthly fashion blogger series, Primp's 48th & Chicago location hosts style blogger Krista Collective for a night of styling and shopping. Plus, ten percent of sales will be donated to Alexandra House, which provides domestic and sexual violence services. Complimentary wine and treats will be served. Wednesday, May 31 from 6–8 p.m. @ Primp, 4755 Chicago Ave., Minneapolis, 612-259-7609, primpyourself.com; RSVP for the free event @ eventbrite.com

Urban Jewelry Launch Party: Local jewelry line Urbain launches its latest collection with a party at North Loop's russell+hazel. The new collectio uses stones from the Valley of Elah in Israel, said to be the same site where David killed Goliath 3,000 years ago. Wednesday, May 31 from 7–8:30 p.m. @ russell+hazel, 219 Second St. N., Suite 106, Minneapolis, 952-204-3138; urbainmn.com

mandybymandy Golden Birthday Jewelry Trunk Show: Local jewelry maker Mandy Toomey of mandybymandy celebrates her golden birthday with a trunk show and party, where she'll unveil her latest collection and offer 20 percent off all pieces. Plus, enjoy complimentary cotton candy and live caricature drawings. Wednesday, May 31 from 6–8 p.m. @ Showroom, 615 W. Lake St., Minneapolis, 612-345-7391, showroommpls.com

ROX Jewelry Summer Sale: Designer Robyne Robinson will join local artists Ann Ruhr Pifer and Linda LaNasa for a rare trunk show event at the Grand Hand Gallery. Meet the designers, talk gemstones and jewelry, and shop her latest collection of ROX jewelry. Thursday, June 1 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.; Friday, June 2 from 1 p.m.-3 p.m.; Saturday, June 3 from noon-3 p.m. 619 Grand Ave., St. Paul, 651-312-1122, thegrandhand.com

Walker Shop Jewelry Sale: Throughout the month of June, the Walker Art Center's Walker Shop is offering 50 percent off select pieces both in-store and online while supplies last. (All items final sale and cannot be combined with other discounts.) June 1–30 @ Walker Shop, 725 Vineland Pl., Minneapolis, 612-375-7633 and shop.walkerart.org

Spring Pop-up at BANGbang Salon: Shop handmade goods by local makers and vintage clothing and home goods during this pop-up event from vendors including Kollektiv, Creative Fibers by Micka Sieve, reMASTROed, and Jesikah Orman Textiles. Juice and juice cocktails from whole(sum) Kitchen will be served. Friday, June 2 from 5–8 p.m. @ BANGbang Salon and Creative Space, 11 W. 38th St., Minneapolis, 612-823-2264, bangbangmpls.com

JunoActive Grand Opening Weekend: The Mendota Heights–based plus-size active apparel brand opens its first physical store with a weekend of in-store performances, speakers, and a $500 shopping giveaway. The brand sells swimwear, workout wear, and casual apparel for sizes 14 to 6x.   Other events include an official ribbon cutting on Friday  at noon, a meet and greet with models, folk music performances, wellness demonstrations, and more. Plus, save 30 percent on all activewear, swimwear, and intimates. Friday, June 2–Sunday, June 4 @ Mall of America, 140 South Avenue, Bloomington, 651-365-1830, junoactive.com

Edina Art Fair: Shop handmade arts and goods by 280 local artists and makers during the 51st annual Edina Art Fair at at the intersection of 50th and France. Featured makers include handmade leather good line Strey Designs, jewelry by Everthine, Minnesota-themed candles and prints by United Goods, and illustrations by Cait Courneya. Minneapolis lifestyle brand Kindred Folk showcases its new collection of boho-inspired indigo bedding and home accessories, along with makers k.h. designs jewelry and Kathleen Hurley, at 50th & France women's fashion retailer n'etc; designer boutique Grethen House (4930 France Ave. S.) features a sale featuring 30 to 90 percent off past-seasons goods pulled from its archive; and Spalon Montage (3909 49 1/2 St. W.)  hosts a trunk show by local line Camba Jewelry on Saturday and Saturday. Plus, enjoy food truck fare, craft beer tents, a pig roast, a community art project, kids' activities, live music, and more throughout the weekend. Friday, June 2 & Saturday, June 3 from 10 a.m.–7 p.m.; Sunday, June 4 from 10 a.m–5 p.m. @ 50th & France, Edina, edinaartfair.com

It's Local District Maker Market at Grand Old Day: The longest block party of the year descends upon St. Paul's Grand Avenue this weekend. New this year is the It's Local District, featuring local makers and artists from the Lowertown Pop market and others selling handcrafted items, plus ice cream samples from Sweet Me Creamery and an interactive solar-electric system installation from All Energy Solar. Sunday, June 4 from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Located on Grand Ave. between Ayd Mill Bridge and Syndicate Ave., St. Paul, grandave.com

My Sister's Closet Grand Old Day Garage Sale & Closing Sale: My Sister's Closet, which sells a blend of vintage and contemporary consignment for women, is shuttering its longtime Grand Avenue storefront after 16 years at the end of June. The store is clearing out with discounts of 50 percent storewide, and during Grand Old Day, it will host a one-day sale featuring winter goods with deep discounts in its garage. Garage Sale: Sunday, June 4 from noon-5 p.m.; Closing sale runs daily through June 30 (closed Sundays) @ 1136 Grand Ave., St. Palu, 651-222-2819mysistersclosetmn.com

June & Belle Weather's Open Streets Sidewalk Sale: For the seventh year running, neighboring Lyndale Avenue storefronts June and Belle Weather join forces for a massive sidewalk sale during Open Streets on Lyndale. Shop secondhand women's clothing, accessories, shoes, and bags plus household goods, store display pieces, and more at garage sale prices, with most items priced at $1 to $5. Saturday, June 3 and Sunday, June 4 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. both days @ June and Belle Weather, 3406 S. Lyndale Ave., Minneapolis, 612-354-3970, juneresale.com and facebook.com/belleweather

‚ÄčInside Her Clothes: Get a different perspective of fashion at this new exhibition featuring pieces from the Goldstein Museum of Design's permanent collection, displayed inside-out or in other creative ways to show differences in construction techniques throughout the decades. Opens Saturday, June 10-September 3 @ Goldstein Museum of Design, Gallery 241, 1985 Buford Ave., St. Paul, 612-624-7434, goldstein.design.umn.edu; free admission

‚ÄčJennifer Merchant Design Studio Sale: Once every year, Minneapolis jewelry designer Jennifer Merchant opens her studio to the public for a one-day studio sale. This year's sale features discounts on current jewelry collections and deep discounts on previous season pieces, plus a selection of her acrylic sculptures from her recent art show at Public Functionary will be on view. Sunday, June 4 from noon-5 p.m. @ Calhoun Building, 711 W. Lake St., Suite 411, Minneapolis, jennifermerchantdesign.com

Khazana at Lyndale Open Streets: Imported arts and textiles retailer Khazana is hosting a day of art activities, shopping, and treats during Open Streets on Lyndale Avenue. Taste Khazana's spicy-sweet Indian lemonade and housemade chai, participate in art activities and free yoga, watch dance performances and take lessons from Bollywood Dance Scene, and shop globally sourced home goods and accessories from Caracol Trading Company and jewelry by Minneapolis brand LaLunetteSunday, June 4 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. @ Khazana, 2225 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-339-4565, khazana.com

Anonymous Choir Bazaar: The multi-talented ladies of vocal group Anonymous Choir have curated their favorite Twin Cities makers alongside their own modern handcrafted goods for this free, day-long market at stylish event space Paikka. Highlights include Annika Kaplan's stone and silver jewelry, Ginny Sims Ceramics, E. SMiTH Workshop ceramics and jewelry, Lulu Organics hair powder, Hemlocks Leatherworks footwear and leather goods, and There There Collective's unique jewelry, prints, and ceramics. Plus, Anonymous Choir performs at 5 p.m., get your photo taken at a tintype photo booth by Zoey Melf, and enjoy food from Dumpling, Modern Times, and Shoo Fly Pie. Sunday, June 4 from noon-6 p.m. @ Paikka, Vandalia Towers, 550 Vandalia St. #165 (entrance at back of building), St. Paul; view event page for full maker lineup

Stephanie's Dress Rental Closeout Sale: The Highland Park women's boutique is phasing out its dress rental service by the end of May. The store is currently selling its entire stock of cocktail dresses and gowns at deeply discounted prices of up to 90 percent off—just in time for wedding season. Gowns from Shoshanna, Nicole Miller, and Badgley Mischka start at $99, and rental and unworn dresses from previous seasons priced between $50 to $200. Ongoing @ Stephanie's, 758 Cleveland Ave. S., St. Paul, 651-690-3802, stephaniesshop.com

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