Shopping Guide: October 24-30

Sales, styles, and shopping events at Twin Cities retailers

Photo courtesy of John Iversen

Now Open: Anthropologie’s new location at Mall of America: Anthropologie is pleased to announce that their Mall of America location is now open. The 10,000 square foot store will carry women’s apparel, accessories, beauty products, home furnishings, and décor.

October 25: The Great Estate Event at Scheherazade Jewelers at Galleria: At this day long event, Galleria customers are invited to talk with Estate experts Patti Geolat and Kate Peterson and see the largest fine Estate jewelry selection of the year. Selections will feature authentic signed creations by well-known designers, all available at remarkable prices. (Galleria, 69th and France, Edina,

October 27: Inspire: Global Gifts for Urban Adventurers Grand Opening: Smile Network International invites everyone to the grand opening of Inspire, their new boutique located in the Loring Park neighborhood. Inspire features handmade gift items from global artisans, mostly women in developing countries. 100% of the proceeds benefit Smile Network which funds life-changing surgeries for children born with cleft lips and palates around the world. Treats, wine, and craft beers will be provided by Lakes & Legends Brewing Company. (5-8 p.m., 108 W. 14th St.,

October 27-29: Find Your Fit w/ Eleventy & VK Nagrani at Martin Patrick 3: This day long shopping event at Martin Patrick 3 will emphasize clothing items from designers Eleventy and VK Nagrani. (212 Third Ave. N., Suite 106,

October 28: Lula Vintage Wear 25th Anniversary: Celebrate with Lula Vintage Wear at their anniversary party which will be held at O’Gara’s Bar and Grill. Live music will be provided and Lula fans are encouraged to dress in their favorite vintage outfit. (164 Snelling Ave. N.,

October 28: IIDA Northland’s Fusion+Fashion Show at U.S. Bank Stadium: This will be IIDA Northland’s 11th annual fundraiser fashion show. The theme this year is “Welcome to Wonderland” and local designers will compete against each other with garments created out of non-traditional materials. John Mark, a choreographer, art director, and educator in the Twin Cities will be hosting the show and Minnesota Monthly‘s style editor, Jahna Peloquin, plus Nate and Erin Moren of Tandem Made, and Trica Heuring will be the judges for the event. (Doors open at 7:00 p.m., show starts at 8:00 p.m., 401 Chicago Ave.,

October 28-29: Alex Sepkus and John Iversen Double-Header Jewelry Trunk Show at Max’s: Max’s at The Shops at Excelsior & Grand will be hosting a free trunk show featuring Alex Sepkus’ collections of wedding and everyday jewelry for men and women and John Iversen’s collections of modern, nature-inspired jewelry. (3826 Grand Way, St Louis Park,

October 28-29: Minnesota Made and the Vintage Studio Open House: Minnesota Made and the Vintage Studio invite you to their open house event celebrating their new studio space in Stillwater. Minnesota Made and the Vintage Studio intend to use the space for future public shopping events and class opportunities. (Fri., 4-7 p.m. and Sat. 10 a.m.-1 p.m., 807 Fourth St. N., Stillwater,

October 28-30: Retro Wanderlust Warehouse Sale: Explore Retro Wanderlust’s 6,000 square foot warehouse filled with fun new inventory from a variety of different designers. Browse through vintage clothes, textiles, décor, and a selection of dining room tables and sofas. (1415 Fifth St. S., Hopkins,  

October 29: Mill City Farmer’s Market feat. Hat Make: Celebrate the end of the outdoor season by attending Mill City’s Halloween Festival. Featured local artists include Barn Swallow Garden, Matthew Krousey Ceramics, Oh Dier, and Hat Make, a local hat brand founded by Celina Kane. (9 a.m.-1 pm., 704 S. Second St.,

October 30: Farm & Flea: Linden Hills Farmers’ Market Goes Vintage: Browse through local produce, food items, art, and vintage treasures at Linden Hills’ last Farm & Flea event. (9 a.m.-1 p.m., 2813 43rd St. W.,