July 2010 Style File
Aveda launches a hairspray with zero impact on the Earth’s climate
Let’s face it: Nothing seems eco-friendly when it comes to hairspray. But Aveda’s attempting to make it so this summer with Control Force hairspray. First, Aveda’s renewable-energy funding nixes negative impact on our climate. The can is recyclable. Instead of pesky propylene glycol, you’ll find the corn-derived propanediol in its place. Oryzanol, derived from rice bran, protects hair from UV rays. But, thankfully, some things never change. Expect that familiar herbal scent: a mix of lavender, bergamot, palmarosa, vetiver, and Bulgarian rose.
Tennis on Selby is now open. While you’re waiting for your racquet to be restrung, find essential bags, shoes, apparel, and accessories. 1599 Selby Ave., St. Paul, 651-340-3998, tennisonselby.com
Accessories mecca Fringe has opened a second location, this time in St. Paul. 1055 Grand Ave., myfringestore.com.
Moss Envy is now open. Owners Ryan and Tina North revamped and moved their Twin Cities Green concept from Uptown. Find eco-friendly products from mattresses to décor, gifts, and baby gear. 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Mpls., 612-374-4581, mossenvy.com
Tween shopping stop Zelaz has moved from Wayzata to 287 Water St., Excelsior, 952-920-1044, zelaz.com
Studio Vincent in Gaviidae. Benetton at the Mall of America.