January 2009 Style File


December 28 marks the debut of Hayden-Harnett for Target, a limited-edition handbag collection featuring the designers’ edgy style (think grommets, chains, and slouch). Shoulder bags, satchels, and clutches from $20. Select Target stores and Target.com



The personal stylists behind wardrobe service Corset have opened a boutique and in-house styling studio. Call for a private consultation or stop by to scoop up reasonably priced dresses, tops, and jackets—plus accessories to complete any look. 715 Mainstreet, Hopkins, 952-224-2495

The owner of Shu Global Footwear added Earth-friendly clothing and accessories to her repertoire when she opened Eco-Tique a few doors down. The new shop features denim, dresses, tees, and loungewear in organic fabrics, as well as jewelry and handbags using vintage finds. 1045 Grand Ave., St. Paul, 651-222-3127

Husband-and-wife duo Mark and Shari Keller combine vibrant colors, natural fibers, and traditional Indian printing techniques to create casual pieces for their Uptown women’s clothing store, Mehera Shaw. 2004 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, 612-874-9115, meherashaw.com

Local artists re-style and repurpose vintage items to create unique furniture, artwork, housewares, jewelry, and clothing at the new REfind Vintage. 1105 Payne Ave., St. Paul, 651-776-5122


For the ultimate wedding-day pampering, Beauty on Call offers on-location beauty treatments to Twin Cities bridal parties. The team of stylists, who have worked with celebs like Fergie and Ivanka Trump, provide hair and makeup services in the privacy of your home or preferred site. Call 312-335-5350 for a consultation. beautyoncall.com


Moroccan home home interiors boutique, Soleil Brule, has relocated from downtown Wayzata to Gaviidae Common II. Minneapolis, 952-476-9600, soleilbrule.com


Bring any fur apparel to Buffalo Exchange and the consignment store will donate it to the Humane Society for the Coats for Cubs program. The fur will provide bedding and comfort to orphaned and injured wildlife. Donations accepted through April 22. 2727 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis, 612-871-9115, buffaloexchange.com


After more than 90 years, Nate’s Clothing has shuttered its doors. The family-owned menswear institution had re-located from downtown Minneapolis to Edina last summer.