Shopping Guide: April 18-24

Now Open: Scout & Molly’s: The national franchise opened this past weekend in the former Bon Marché Boutique storefront. The store carries trendy and affordable women’s clothing, jewelry, and accessories. (Scout & Molly’s, 4946 France Ave. S., Edina,

April 21: Joeleen Torvick, Kjurek, Tessa Louise Spring Trunk Show at Showroom: Sip, snack, and shop at Showroom’s event for Minneapolis-based designers. Joeleen Torvick’s designs focus on elegance and quality; Kjurek’s work mixes detail and originality; Tessa Louise’s clothes combine classics and modern twists. The handmade collections are exclusive to Thursday’s event. (6-8 p.m., 615 W. Lake St., Minneapolis,

April 21-23: Junk Bonanza: The adage “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” could not be more perfect for an event like this. With more than 200 booths featuring antique and vintage items, there is something for every thrift and consignment store shopper. Purchase your early bird tickets now to start shopping even sooner. (Canterbury Park, 1100 Canterbury Road S, Shakopee,

April 21-24: Flirt Boutique Swimwear Show: Over four days, four swimsuit brands—Lise Charmel, Huit, Eberjay, and L’Agent—will make their way across the Twin Cities. At each location, customers can peruse and pre-order the up-and-coming swim lines. The trunk show starts Thursday at Flirt’s St. Paul location with an opening night party from 5-8 p.m. The pieces will move to the North Loop store for the Spring Boutique Crawl and remain there until Sunday. (177 Snelling Ave. N., St. Paul; 212 Third Ave. N., Minneapolis,

April 21-25: Stephanie’s Shop Dress Sale: High-end brands like Badgley Mischka, Diane von Furstenberg, Yoana Baraschi, Nicole Miller, and more will be 20 percent off starting Thursday at Stephanie’s Shop. Owner Stephanie Morrissey hopes to bring accessible fashion to her native St. Paul with a mix of brands and prices. (758 Cleveland Ave. S., St. Paul,

Apr 22: A Vintage Adventure with Moth Oddities at findfurnish: After packing up a bunch of items and hitting the road, a brand was born. Moth Oddities is now home from their road trip around the U.S. and will be showcasing their vintage finds at findfurnish in collaboration with Tandem Vintage. Local artists will also contribute designs for the event that will be available for purchase. (5:30-8:30 p.m., findfurnish, 13 Fifth St. NE, Minneapolis,

April 22: Parc x Hackwith x Garmentory MSP Edition Launch Party: Parc is partnering with Garmentory, an online selling platform for boutiques, and Hackwith Design House, in the release of an exclusive dress. Madelynn of Wide Eyed Legless will be at the launch, as well as the Hackwith Ladies, and friends from Garmentory. Treats, drinks, giveaways, and music all provided. (RSVP here, Parc NE, 320 E. Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis,

April 22-23: The Annex by Opitz Outlet Opening: Those looking to buy designer clothes without a hefty price tag can turn to the Annex, an outlet store by Minnesota favorite Opitz. With even larger markdowns than its parent store, the Annex inventory consists of women’s and men’s designer clothing, shoes, and accessories with “fixable flaws,” or small imperfections that can be easily mended. The Riverside store’s opening will be the second in the cities, with the other location in St. Louis Park. (Soft opening, Fri. 12-7p.m.; grand opening, Sat. 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; 1919 Riverside Ave., Minneapolis,

April 23: Strey Designs Trunk Show at June: Strey Designs’ Sarah Butala, a local leather crafts-woman/designer, debuts her spring 2016 line, one-of-a-kind bags, and more. Meet Butala and get a whiff of these extraordinary leather handbags and accessories. (10 a.m.-4 p.m., June, 3406 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis,

April 23: North Loop Spring Crawl and Roe Wolfe Grand Opening Party: This all-day event will bring Minneapolis merchandisers together with sales, prizes, and special events. Roe Wolfe will also be reopening its doors after moving from Washington Avenue into the heart of the North Loop. Try to visit at least seven of the 15 shops participating for the chance to win gift cards and merchandise. (10 a.m.-7 p.m., North Loop, Minneapolis,

April 23: The Collective presented by LAB MPLS at Loring Social: Held at Loring Social in the LAB headquarters, a conglomerate of locally curated businesses and makers called the Collective will work to create an interactive shopping experience. The group’s mission is “to create, connect, and collaborate,” and they will do this through a variety of discussion sessions on their experiences and passions. (Loring Social, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., 1629 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis,

April 23: KOLLEKTIV Spring Pop-up at GYST Fermentation Bar: Lovers of wine and fashion should stop by and shop KOLLEKTIV’s very first pop-up sale at GYST, which includes a $15 Spring Rosé tasting. Explore the shop’s Midwestern found items and bring home something with a story. Most inventory will be women’s apparel, but expect more men’s clothing in the fall. (12-5 p.m., 25 E. 26th St., Minneapolis,

April 23: Circle of Design Runway Show: Get dressed up to see the best dressed at the Circle of Design show. The annual event works to tell stories of fashion by moving past typical runway methods. The show includes students’ work alongside professionals’ designs, creating a platform for all to showcase their work. Afterwards, guests have the opportunity to meet the designers, see the clothes up close, and purchase their favorites. (Tickets here, 7 p.m., Mill City Nights, 111 N. Fifth St., Minneapolis,

April 24: Minneapolis Craft Market Spring Kickoff: The warm summer months are just around the corner—celebrate by discovering emerging artists and new design talent at the last indoor market of the season. Twenty-four local artists and makers will be featured, as well as Lake & Legend’s farm-to-table Belgian-style beers. The market will return outdoors, beginning at Lake Monster Brewing Company on May 1. (Lakes & Legends Brewing Company, 12-6 p.m., 1368 LaSalle Ave., Minneapolis,

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