June 2008 Style File


Award-winning Subversive accessories designer Justin Giunta has created a limited-edition jewelry collection for Target. The bold mix of bangle bracelets, earrings, and necklaces create perfect pops of color against summer’s neutrals. From $15, at select Target stores and Target.com.


The vintage-home-goods shop the Vagabond has closed and reopened as Flirt, a Hollywood glamour-inspired lingerie and loungewear boutique that also carries luxury bath and beauty products, and girly accessories. 1330 Grand Ave., St. Paul, 651-485-4097.

Find upholstered furnishings by local design team Tinker Bella, charming home décor, blooming plants, and garden accessories at downtown Excelsior’s newest shop, Petunia’s. 421 Third St., Excelsior, 952-474-0461, petuniasonthird.com


Having outgrown its space on Grand Avenue, Evla Pottery is moving. Find colorful handmade stoneware and porcelain by local artist Michael Coon, and abstract oil paintings by his wife, Kim Christenson, at their new gallery a few blocks away. 42 Dale St. S., St. Paul, 651-224-6700


Aveda has launched Green Science, plant-based skincare products that utilize organic ingredients and are packaged in containers made from recycled materials. Sample the regimen with Juut’s new Green Science Anti-Aging Facial, or scoop up the firming face creme, firming eye creme, lifting serum, or line minimizer at any Juut Salonspa. juut.com

After 25 years of styling hair at other Twin Cities venues, William Anderson and his wife, Mary, have opened their own salon, Lili. In addition to cuts, colors, and massage, guests are treated to warm towel service and scalp massages. While you unwind, plug in with complimentary laptops, iPods, and wireless Internet access. 5757 Sanibel Dr., Minnetonka, 952-935-5000, salonlili.com


Stillwater-based Gartner Studios has teamed up with Brides Magazine on a collection of wedding stationery and accessories. The crisp designs are available at Gartner’s retail shop, Pulp Fashion. 102 N. Main St., Stillwater, 651-439-7148

Luxury bridal-wear house Priscilla of Boston opens a salon this month in Edina. The 5,000-square-foot boutique boasts 10 dressing rooms and will carry four different dress collections, including the newest, a fashion-forward, accessibly priced group called Vineyard. 3926 W. 50th St., Edina, 952-922-2106, priscillaofboston.com