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The Twin Cities' Greatest Hits 2012

The Twin Cities' Greatest Hits 2012

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Suburban Fashion

Roe Wolfe

Roe Wolfe could easily hold its own in Minneapolis or St. Paul proper, but man, are those of us in the east suburbs glad they set up shop where they did. Peruse the likes of cool-girl Siwy denim, Winter Kate clothing, Coclico shoes, delightful fragrances, and more. Stereotypes about suburban style: busted. • 750 Main St., Ste. 107, Mendota Heights, 651-330-4434, roewolfe.com


Mrs. P. Hicks

Thankfully for consumers, those who design great brands and products usually can’t stop at just one. Katherine McMillan, one half of the dapper men’s line Pierrepont Hicks, stepped out with her American-handmade menswear-inspired women’s footwear line this year. All these descriptors, though, belie the root of her great design sense: simplicity. • mrsphicks.com


Tom's Tailor

Shop owners swear by him. Brides trust him. Men and women alike leave his store feeling like a million bucks. Tom of Tom’s Tailor is not only speedy, but honest, competitively priced, and kind—oh, and according to Satchel Moore of St. Paul men’s shop BlackBlue, Tom also has incredibly soft hands. What’s not to like? • 672 Grand Ave., St. Paul, 651-222-5953



Many women dream of their big day decades before it happens. But they might not imagine where that big white dress comes from, or the lovely experience of trying it on for the first time. Well, the dress of those dreams—labeled with an exclusive name like Oscar, Vera, or Jenny—is likely hanging in a giant industrial-glam loft in the North Loop, just waiting for its star turn down the aisle. L’Atelier’s move to the fairytale location cemented its status as a national destination for the stylish bride. • 219 N. Second St., Ste. 404, Mpls., 612-367-8120, lateliercouturebridal.com


Juut juut.com
Spalon Montage spalon.com
Simonson’s simonsons.com
Revamp & New Reflections revampsalonspa.com newreflectionssalon.com

Party Rental


Whether you have a venue in mind or need them to build a space for you, Après has you covered. Their dozens of tent, linen, seating, draping, lighting, and flooring options (not to mention glassware, china, tables, bars….) guarantee your event will be custom-made, not cookie cutter. Unless that’s what you want, in which case they’d be more than happy to oblige. • 7625 Cahill Rd., Edina, 952-942-3399, apresparty.com

Best Blowdry Bars


Blowdry was the first to open, and is owned by the indomitable team of Charlie Brackney and Jessica Reipke of Haus Salon, 1203 Lagoon Ave., Mpls., 612-824-4878, blowdryblowdry.com

The Wow Bar

Owned by the one-and-only Jason DeAvalon, The Wow Bar is cranking out gorgeous coifs in Edina. 5037 France Ave. S., Edina, 612-334-3333, thewowbar.com


For those in St. Louis Park. 1668 West End Blvd., St. Louis Park, 612-564-6959, blastdrybar.com


The time-tested, well-loved standby. Several metro locations, juut.com

The Hive

For green, natural, organic products and a vintage ambiance. The Hive Salon, 400 Lowry Ave. NE, Mpls., 612-781-4483, thehivesalon.com

Gift Shopping

Patina patinastores.com
Bibelot Shops bibelotshops.com
I Like You ilikeyouonline.com
Corazon corazononline.com


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