Shopping Guide: October 14-20

Sales and events not to be missed

Wednesday: Hackwith Makers Alongside: Specializing in the rare and unique, Hackwith Design House releases a limited new item designed by top artists on the first and third Wednesday of every month. This week, the feature is a cuff designed by Young Frankk. (Hackwith Design House,

Thursday: Peek Opening at MOA: Peek, a premium children’s clothing boutique will unveil its storefront at the iconic shopping center. This is the brand’s first Minnesota boutique. (Peek, Mall of America, 133 Market St., 952-657-7733,

Thursday: Camille Hempel Jewelry Happy Hour & Trunk Show at Pharmacie: Specializing in statement rings, designer Camille Hempel invites you to “put a ring on it” at her trunk show this Thursday. Each piece is handmade in her NE Minneapolis studio, and many of them are gender neutral designs in metals such as rose gold, blackened sterling, and precious stones. (Pharmacie, 2743 Lyndale Ave. S., Mpls., 612-200-9633,

Friday: Hotrocity Launch Party at Public Functionary: If you come to check out the Hotrocity fashions, be prepared to dance! DJ Garrison Grouse and Party Science will be there to keep the music pumping, and there will be guest performances and visual art displays as well. (Public Functionary, 1400 12th Ave NE, Minneapolis,

Friday and Saturday: Peter Millar Crown Shop launch / Trunk show at Twill by Scott Dayton: Twill, the first store in the Midwest to be named a Crown Shop, joins a limited, exclusive group of retailers to offer an expanded selection of specially merchandised Peter Millar apparel. Guest can enter for giveaway items, including a cashmere sweater, golf bag, and more. (Twill by Scott Dayton, 3295 Galleria, Edina, 952-922-2711,  

Saturday: Departure Vintage Modern Gallery Opening: Departure Vintage Modern is opening the doors to their new gallery and showroom this Saturday from 10am-4pm. There will be beverages, tunes and loads of vintage inventory.  (Departure Vintage Modern, 407 Central Ave SE Minneapolis, Departure Vintage)

Saturday:  Apricot Lane Boutique Pony Up Party: Apricot Lane is honoring Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a party that includes a 15% off sale, refreshments, and raffle drawings for prizes. Five percent of proceeds go to the Breast Cancer Society, and the 15% off deal is happening all day Saturday and Sunday. (Apricot Lane, 1669 West End Blvd, St. Louis Park, 952-528-1951, 750 Main Street Suite 110, Mendota Heights, 651-348-6196,

Saturday: Eileen Fisher event at Macy’s Ridgedale: The latest Eileen Fisher styles will be in stock at Macy’s on Oct. 18, and while you browse you can enjoy music, refreshments, hors d’oeuvres, and fashion tips from an Eileen Fisher expert. (Macy’s at Ridgedale, 12411 Wayzata Blvd, Minnetonka, 952-591-6600,

Ongoing through Oct. 25: Artek sale at FinnStyle: For the first time ever, FinnStyle is putting its Artek items on sale. While the Siena and Meadow Flower items are sold in-store, the Artek furniture and lighting are only sold online, so visit to check out the selection. (FinnStyle, 160 Glenwood Ave., Mpls, 1-866-617-6176,  

Ongoing through Oct. 31: Premium Outlets Pink Event: Shop Pink for a Cause: October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the Twin Cities and Albertville Premium Outlets have partnered with Susan G. Komen to support breast cancer awareness and research. For each donation of $10 or more, shoppers will receive a 25% savings card for one item from participating stores, including Tommy Hilfiger, Samsonite, and more. (Twin Cities Premium Outlets, 3965 Eagan Outlets Parkway, Eagan, 612-444-8850,, Albertville Premium Outlets 6415 Labeaux Ave NE, Albertville, 763-497-1911,

Ongoing: Bay Street Shoes Closing Sale: The longtime Calhoun Square shoe store announced it will be closing, and all store items are 20% off. (Bay Street Shoes, 3001 Hennepin Ave, Mpls, 612-824-5574,

Now Available: Ode from Amanda Christine Natzel: Local designer Amanda Christine Natzel has launched her first line after a hiatus since taking a job at Target. Ode is a new conceptual collection that includes hand-knit sweaters and unique designs. Limited stock will be available at Cliché, but new designs will appear monthly on the website. (Ode by Amanda Christine Natzel,