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The No-Storefront Storefront


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By now, you all must have realized what a soft spot I have for occasional or pop-up shops. I am sure it’s all about anticipation—what’s going to be there, how early can I be there, the clamor of holiday shopping, and finding the perfect present. And it’s a great adaptation to the retail realities of the last few years: keep overhead low, and demand as high as possible.

So it’s with joy that I present the No-Storefront Storefront information to you. Some of my favorite local ladies and their lines are participating:

Irely by Sairey G. (darling, darling underpinnings)

Post- bags (Fabulous bags; featured in our December issue)

Nontoxique (totally safe hand and foot spa treatment goodies)

StormSister Spatique (glam cosmetics and body care)

Bethany Lorelle (over-the-top beautiful hair accessories)

Attagirl By Kedrin (featured in our November issue)

Foat Design (Yogawear)

Urban Junket (handbags, briefcases, totes, and the like)

Now that’s a star-studded lineup. Trust me, there are a lot of covetable things to be had.

The details: Find the No-Storefront Storefront at Irely’s manufacturing plant on the West Side of St. Paul. Address: 435 Wabasha St. S., St. Paul. Check Irely’s website for more details.

December 16 from 4 to 9 p.m.; December 17 & 18 from 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

 

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