Get instant gratification—and really sweet stationery—when you take advantage of Red Stamp’s new service. Instead to sending orders via snail mail, the custom paper company can quickly box your goods for pick-up at their sleek Minneapolis warehouse. There, you’ll be privy to sale items not available online. redstamp.com
Shop the new online boutique Olive & Myrtle for modern, earth-friendly home goods and gifts at wallet-friendly prices. The retro ceramic vessels from Perch! scream spring. oliveandmyrtle.com
ON THE MOVE
This month, I Like You relocates from its little yellow house in Kingfield to new digs in Nordeast. The homey shop is the place to scoop up local artwork, handmade gifts, and artisan crafts. 501 First Ave. NE, Minneapolis, ilikeyouonline.com
Target and Rogan Gregory are at it again. The two team up this month on another Loomstate for Target collection, featuring organic cotton fashions for men and women. Look for the line at Target.com and Target stores beginning on April 19—just in time for Earth Day.
Just because the economy has gone south doesn’t mean your hair has to. Jon Charles Salon is bailing out new clients with its spring stimulus package: Simply present your 2008 401(k) statement at your next appointment and receive the same percentage off a mani, pedi, haircut or color (up to 50 percent) as you lost on your account. 1221 W. Lake St., Minneapolis, 612-724-2444, joncharlessalon.net
Spring fashion and creative talent abound April 20–26 when local designers and boutiques join forces to host MN Fashion Week, a series of runway shows, in-store events, museum tours, and swanky soirees. For a complete schedule, visit mnfashionweek.com.
Macy’s Minneapolis will be in full bloom this month when the store teams up with Bachman’s for its Annual Flower Show. The show returns to the eighth-floor auditorium with “We Dream in Color,” a riot of vibrant arrangements inspired by gardens around the globe. April 5 through April 19 during store hours. 700 Nicollet Mall, Eighth Floor, Minn-eapolis, 612-375-2200
Nordstrom has bagged its plans to open a store at Ridgedale Center. The department store had originally announced plans to take over the Macy’s space in fall 2011.
The downtown Wayzata gift shop The Good Life has closed its doors.