Style + Shopping: March 6-11

The week in local style and shopping includes an all-female maker’s market and the relaunch of the Mall of America’s all-local pop-up.

FeMNist Day 2018 Un-Conference & Night Market: Celebrate International Women’s Day with a free afternoon of female-empowering events and activities presented by Nora McInerny’s Still Kickin and female co-working space, The Coven. Eight women will be selected to pitch their business ideas in front of a panel of women mentors for a chance to win a micro-grant for their project. Watch the pitches and stay for the opportunity to get advice on your idea. The event is followed by a night market featuring handcrafted goods by more than 50 female makers. Thursday; Un-Conference from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. @ The Coven, 30 N. First Ave., Minneapolis; Night Market from 5-10 p.m. @ Grain Belt Bottling House, 79 13th Ave. NE., Minneapolis,

My Sister’s International Women’s Day Pop-Up Weekend: In honor of International Women’s Day, Minneapolis-based brand My Sister is hosting a weekend pop-up shop. Be the first to shop the new collection by the brand, including its new “Year of the Woman” cropped tee; all purchases support after-card programs and provides growth opportunities for survivors of sexual exploitation. Thursday-Saturday from noon-6 p.m. daily @ My Sister, 1616 W. Lake St., Minneapolis,

RAAS Local Market Reopens: Following its initial run over the holidays, retail incubator AAS will reopen with a new collection of Minnesota brands at the Mall of America. The second edition features 17 brands with goods spanning baked goods, beauty products, home décor, clothing, accessories, and more. Brands include Sota Clothing, Excelsior Candle Co., Strey Designs, and Hagen and Oats, plus returning favorites, Still Kickin and UrbanUndercover. Open from Friday, March 9-May 13 during mall hours @ Mall of America, 262 West Market (second level near Nordstrom), Bloomington,

Dinosaur Hampton Pop-up: Ethical fashion boutique Hazel & Rose hosts local design brand Dinosaur Hampton for a one-day custom embroidery pop-up. Designer Benjamin Kelly will be on hand to custom embroidery on shirts, bandanas, tees, and jackets on-site. Bring your own garment or purchase a vintage tee from Hazel & Rose for customization. (Embroidery starts at $10.) The shop will also be introducing an exclusive capsule collection in collaboration with a local poet. Come early–there tends to be a line for embroidery. Saturday from noon–4 p.m. @ Hazel & Rose, 945 Broadway St. NE., #220, Minneapolis,

Mill City Farmers Winter Market: The weekly Mill City Farmers Market has gone indoors for the season. In addition to the usual farmers market produce and artisan foods, shop for handmade gifts, kitchenware, jewelry, home goods, handwoven fair-trade baskets, and more from a rotating mix of makers including Indigo & Snow, Oh Dier, Jeanne Beatrice Market Baskets, Matthew Krousey Ceramics, Crookedwood, Fair Anita, and Aprilierre jewelry. Saturday from 10 a.m.–1 p.m. @ 704 S. 2nd St., Minneapolis,

Style Show: Embrace Your Style: In support of World Down Syndrome Awareness Day on March 21, Arc’s Value Village hosts a fashion show that celebrates the individuality of each model, emceed by Michelle Raven (aka @thriftstylist) and event correspondent Anahita Champion. No ticket is required for this free event, but attendees are encouraged to shop for a cause; proceeds benefit people with disabilities and their families in Minnesota. Saturday from 11 a.m.-noon @ Arc’s Value Village, 10546 France Ave. S., Bloomington,

Refind Vintage Market: Minneapolis Craft Market, in partnership with vintage vendor The Keep, hosts a curated selection of goods by more than ten Twin Cities vintage traders, including Moth Oddities, Tandem Vintage, and Arlee Park, in a pop-up marketplace. The market will feature both men’s and women’s clothing, accessories, and home goods for spring. Sunday from noon-5 p.m. @ Modist Brewing, 505 N. Fifth St., Minneapolis,

Mercado Maker’s Market: Shop handmade goods from a group of nine local makers while enjoying cocktails and tacos at Mercado’s Maker’s Market. Goods include holistic beauty products by Romi Apothecary, plus functional pottery, resin jewelry, hand-knits, and more. Sunday from noon-6 p.m. @ Mercado by Earl Giles, 2904 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis,