Shopping + Style: May 29-June 3

The Golden Pearl Anniversary Week & Riviera Anniversary Party:

The upscale vintage boutique is celebrating its second anniversary with a week of deals and in-store events. Enjoy pop-ups from other vintage vendors (including Noisy Eye Vintage on Wednesday and Thursday and the Keep and Marianne Bird on Friday) and save 20 percent storewide all week through Saturday. Plus, head to the store on Saturday evening from 8 p.m. to midnight for a “Rivera”-themed anniversary bash, including food, drinks, performances, and music. Now through Saturday @ The Golden Pearl Vintage, 507A E. Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis,

Arc’s Value Village Closing Sale: 

In result of losing its lease, Arc’s Value Village will close its Brooklyn Center location on Sunday, June 10. Until then, the store is hosting a 50 percent off storewide clearance event. Proceeds benefit The Arc Minnesota programs and services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. (Note, the four other store locations remain in full operation and will not be included in the sale event.) Ends June 10 @ Arc’s Value Village, 6330 Brooklyn Blvd., Brooklyn Center,

Covet by Christos Vintage Luxury Fashion Pop-up:

Vintage fashion expert and Bravo personality Christos Garkinos is making a special appearance in Minneapolis for a two-day trunk show. The shopping event features a curated selection of vintage luxury clothing and accessories from brands including Chanel and Gucci. A portion of proceeds will benefit Planned Parenthood. To request a ticket to a private reception, RSVP to Wednesday from 11 a.m.–8 p.m. & Thursday from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. (private reception from 5–8 p.m.) @ Hewing Hotel, 300 N. Washington Ave., Minneapolis

I Am Not My Hair Fashion Show:

Natural black hair and beauty will be celebrated at this fashion show as part of Black Fashion Week, which highlights the work of Minnesota hair stylists of color and black-owned salons and barbershops. The show also features fashions by local black-owned fashion brands, including Robyne Robinson’s Rox Jewelry, food, and a live DJ. Wednesday at 7:30–10:30 p.m. @ Monkon Sushi & Bar, 394 University Ave. W., St. Paul,; tickets are $10 at

Grethen House “Oldies But Goodies” Sale:

In conjunction with the Edina Art Fair, designer women’s fashion boutique, Grethen House, will host a special shopping event at its 50th and France location. The store will be bringing back a special selection of archival, past-season pieces for the weekend, marked 70 to 90 percent off. Friday–Sunday @ Grethen House Edina, 4930 France Ave. S., Edina,

The Fitting Room Opens:

After five years of business, Lyn-Lake boutique Showroom has closed. Fortunately for fans of local fashion, co-owner Kimberly Jurek-Valanzasca opens a new retail concept, The Fitting Room, this week. Similar to Showroom, the new store showcases goods exclusively by local fashion designers, including Jurek-Valanzasca’s new label, Alma Mia, and Showroom alumni, such as Joeleen TorvickKaren Morris MillineryScott J. Lehmann, and Tessa Louise. Learn more about the new store on the MNMO Style blog. Friday @ 316 W. 38th St., Minneapolis,

Brightwater Anniversary Weekend: 

Excelsior shop Brightwater Clothing & Gear celebrates its 8th anniversary with a weekend of sales and shopping. Save 20 percent on all summer sportswear in-stock for men and women, plus up to 70 percent off select summer items, special bites, and sips. Friday & Saturday @ Brightwater Clothing & Gear, 256 Water St., Excelsior,

“”‹Bleu, Clairement” Spring Finn & Co. Studio Opening: 

Local maker Talin Spring kicks off a month-long opening at her Spring Finn & Co. studio inspired by the color blue—a color that is tied to her earliest memories in Instanbul as well as the color of the Turkish glass bead that is said to ward off the evil eye. Her studio will be filled with handcrafted items in the shade, from her own designs to those made by other artisans, and antiques gathered from around the globe, during her trips to India, France, Turkey, Morocco, Columbia, Italy, and Japan. Join her for opening night featuring casual jazz and rosé. Opening night: Friday at 6 p.m.; open all of June beginning Friday (with some exceptions). Hours: Wednesday–Saturday from noon–6 p.m. & Sunday from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. @ Spring Finn & Co. Studio, 875 N. 5th St., Minneapolis,

WAAM Industries & Moth Oddities Garage Sale:

It’s garage-sale season, and local brands are getting into the act. Take advantage of special one-time-only deals on handmade products by WAAM Industries and handpicked vintage from Moth Oddities. WAAM’s sample sale will include its waxed-canvas bags, gift boxes, wooden milk crates, and more, marked 50 percent or more off retail prices. Moth Oddities will be offering major discounts on vintage clothing and accessories for men and women, with prices ranging from $10 a piece to 50 percent off. Arrive early to enjoy coffee from Misfit Coffee and donuts while you shop. Saturday from 9 a.m.–2 p.m. @ 6519 Cambridge St., Minneapolis

Golden Rule Is Three!:

Excelsior modern-maker boutique, Golden Rule, is ringing in three years of business. To celebrate, the store is hosting pop-up shops from some of its favorite local brands and makers, including illustrator 1130forever, vintage clothing and home goods vendor Kollektiv, workshop series LAB, gifting brand Minny & Paul, Wit & Delight (which will have its new line of stationery on hand), kids’ clothing brand pip & pal, and women’s clothing line Winsome Goods. Plus, bites, bubbles, giveaways, art installations from Atelier Collection and Missy Monson Art, and the chance to shop Minny & Paul’s new Father’s Day boxes. Saturday from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. @ Golden Rule, 350 Water St., Excelsior,

GRAY Home + Lifestyle Pop-ups:

The Excelsior home and lifestyle shop hosts pop-ups from a trio of local brands. Find handmade leather goods and found women’s wear and housewares from House of Verna, goods from mobile French-themed gift market Ma Jolie Marché, and hand-poured home fragrances by True Hue. Saturday @ GRAY Home + Lifestyle, 366 Water St., Excelsior,”‹

Wilson & Willy’s Cook-out & Pop-up: 

North Loop modern goods store, Wilson & Willy’s, hosts an afternoon of shopping and fresh-grilled eats on its back patio. The pop-up includes goods from local brands Red Wing Heritage Women footwear, Riverlife Dry Goods (by local rapper Greg Grease), Dinosaur Hampton embroidered garments, and Kiki Koyote jewelry, plus New York brands Alex Crane and Lowercase NYC, food from Lowry Hill Meats, and DJ Just Nine. Saturday from noon–6 p.m. @ Wilson & Willy’s, 211 N. Washington Ave., Minneapolis,

Rasta Wear Fashion Affair:

This 11th annual event showcases the fashions, foods, and sounds of Afro-Caribbean culture. Founded by Trinny Cee after moving to St. Paul from Trinidad 11 years ago, Rasta Wear Fashion Affair features fashions by Minnesota-based African-Caribbean brands such as Ruva Afric Wear, Soulspeak Expressions, Ayo-Ma’s Designs, and Gladhouse. The all-ages event, which is hosted in conjunction with Black Fashion Week, features pop-up shopping, performances, and food, and is followed by a reggae and dancehall after-party. Saturday; doors at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m., after-party at 10 p.m. @ Pimento Jamaican Kitchen, 2524 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis; tickets are $10–$15 at

This Is What Makes Us Girls Fashion Show:

Shop for a cause at this fashion event co-presented by Threads for Teens Minnesota and The Volk Magazine. Threads for Teens is a nonprofit organization that helps underprivileged teen girls build their self-esteem and confidence through gifts of clothing, support, and education. The event features a fashion show and pop-up shopping featuring women’s summer looks from more than ten local brands and boutiques, with 25 percent of proceeds benefiting the nonprofit. Features brands include RHEY Apparel, Anyse Fashion, Coty Clothing Co., WAY the Label, and Ruva Afric Wear. Saturday from 6–9 p.m. @ Cedars Hall, University of Minnesota campus, 602 University Ave. NE., Minneapolis; tickets $30–$60 at 

Femme & Fancy Flea Pop-up:

A group of nine local vintage vendors, ceramicists, jewelers, and other makers are coming together for the Femme & Fancy Flea Pop-up, a shopping event featuring all femme-identifying- and genderqueer-owned businesses hosted in the parking lot of woman-owned coffee shop, Canteen. Shop hand-fabricated jewelry by 3 Jäg design, ceramics by A MANO and Meg Brown Ceramics, clothing and accessories by Tandem Vintage, and more. Sunday from 10 a.m.–4 p.m. @ Canteen, 3255 Bryant Ave. S., Minneapolis