Style + Shopping: May 8-13


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Honeycomb Collective pops up for Mother's Day this weekend at the Walker Art Center with fresh floral arrangements.

Courtesy Walker Art Center

NE Ladies Night Out:

Take advantage of deals galore at Northeast retailers, salons, and restaurants during the NE Ladies Night Out event. Save 20 percent off store-wide at Urban Violet, 20 percent off Mill City Running, and 25 percent off non-sale items at Bibelot, plus product samples, drawings, gifts with purchase, and other discounts. Thursday from 6–9 p.m. @ Northeast Minneapolis Riverfront District, E. Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, northeastminneapolis.com

Ray Griffiths Trunk Show & Mother’s Day Celebration at Max’s:

Following a career honed as a crown designer and restorer for royalty, Ray Griffiths took his skill to jewelry design. Unsurprisingly, the Australian designer is known for his Crownwork, a grid-like, crown-inspired pattern featured in all of his designs. Shop his luxe collection of rings, necklaces, and pendants during Max’s Mother’s Day celebration, where you can also sample gourmet treats from more than 30 chocolatiers around the globe. Friday from 10 a.m.–7 p.m. @ Max’s, 3826 Grand Way, St. Louis Park, stylebymax.com

PIP Mother’s Day Pop-up:

Shop for the mom in your life or treat yourself at this Mother’s Day pop-up shopping event hosted by Hopkins craft workshop, PIP. Peruse handcrafted goods by nearly a dozen vendors, including Bumbelou kids’ apparel, Dallas Daws Designs women’s clothing, Missy Monson Art, Sandwich Ceramic, and True Hue skincare. Plus, enjoy a walk-in workshop and photo booth both days, mini makeovers on Friday, and cupcakes and coffee on Saturday. Friday from 5–7:30 p.m. & Saturday from 10 a.m.¬–2 p.m. @ Projects in Person (PIP), 906 Mainstreet, Hopkins, projectsinperson.com

Anelace Night Market:

In time for Mother’s Day, Anelace Coffee hosts a celebration of all-femme, local makers. First in a series of night markets at the Northeast coffee shop, the maker market features eight brands, including tip-type photography studio Blkk Hand, Prince-themed pin brand Cherry Moon Press, plus jewelry, apparel, and tunes from DJ Sarah White. A suggested donation of $5 will go to the Sexual Violence Center. Friday from 6–9 p.m. @ Anelace Coffee, 2402 Central Ave. NE., Minneapolis; register on eventbrite.com

Spring Craft Sale at Faribault Woolen Mill:

If you love crafting and Faribault Woolen Mill, this is the sale for you. Swing down to the historic mill’s factory shop and manufacturing facility in Faribault to dig through bins of yarn, scrap leather, wool scraps and remnants, satin binding, and more items used to make Faribault Mill’s iconic wool throws and accessories, sold by the pound. Saturday from 8 a.m.–2 p.m. @ Faribault Woolen Mill Co., 1500 2nd Ave. NW., Faribault, faribaultmill.com

Mill City Farmers Market:

After a winter indoors, the Mill City Farmers Market is back outside every weekend for the season. One of the longest-running farmers markets in the Twin Cities, it features a rotating lineup of more than 60 local farmers, food makers, and artisans in a single marketplace alongside the Mississippi River. This week's makers include Hat Make millinery, Matthew Krousey Ceramics, Old World Cabinet, ArtAndes rugs and textiles, Jeanne Beatrice Market Baskets, and more. Saturday from 8 a.m.–1 p.m. @ 704 S. 2nd St., Minneapolis, millcityfarmersmarket.org

Craftstravaganza:

When it was founded back in 2005, Craftstravaganza was one of the first of its kind—a modern craft market featuring handcrafted goods by local makers. More than a dozen years later, Craftstravaganza is still at it, offering an eclectic array of goods spanning home décor, jewelry, screen-printed tees and posters, and more from more than 60 juried vendors. This year, the event moves from its longtime home at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in St. Paul to Minneapolis. Saturday from 10 a.m.–4 p.m. @ Grain Belt Bottling House, 71 13th Ave. NE., Minneapolis, craftstravaganza.com

Honeycomb Collective Floral Pop-up:

Make a date with Mom for the Walker Art Center this Mother’s Day. Grab brunch at Esker Grove and then pick up a one-of-a-kind, artful floral arrangement by the floral designers from Honeycomb Collective in the Little Shop, adjacent to Esker Grove. Honeycomb Collective uses unique floral varieties in surprising combinations with an emphasis on color and texture for a look that is both modern and romantic. Walker members receive 10 percent off all purchases. Saturday & Sunday from 11 a.m.–3 p.m. @ Walker Art Center, 725 Vineland Pl., Minneapolis, walkerart.org

MAD Mother’s Day Pop-up:

Find handcrafted, modern gifts for Mom at this Mother’s Day pop-up shopping event hosted by Minneapolis design studio, MAD. Goods include hand-dyed scarves from ScarfShop by Martha McQuade; ceramics, potted plants, and napkins sets from A MANO; jewelry by Annika Kaplan; handmade chocolate by Kumari Chocolate; natural body care by Julia Elise; and handmade candles by Wacks Candle Co. Plus, flower bouquets by Amanda Eastvold, a mother-and-child photo booth by Sara Montour, and a drop-in yoga class from 9:30–10:30 a.m. benefiting the National Birth Equity Collaborative. Saturday from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. @ MAD, 2920 Talmage Ave. SE. #290, Minneapolis, mad--work.com

Alma Mia Launch Party:

Celebrate the launch of Alma Mia, the new women’s wear line from longtime Minneapolis fashion designer Kimberly Jurek-Valanzasca, at this party hosted at local designer cooperative, Showroom. Alma Mia means “Soul of mine” in Spanish and is a collection designed for the free-spirited. Head to the store to view and shop the new collection and enjoy live music, sips, and bites. Saturday from 11 a.m.–3 p.m. @ Showroom, 615 W. Lake St., Minneapolis, showroommpls.com

Filson Galleria Grand Opening:

Head to Galleria to check out Filson’s new location during this grand opening event. Along with Shinola, Filson recently left its North Loop storefront for the upscale Edina shopping center. During the event, enjoy free food and beer, and enter to win Filson product and a full-day guided trip with Bob Mitchell’s Fly Shop. Saturday from noon–4 p.m. @ Filson, Galleria, France Ave. S. & 69th St., Edina, galleriaedina.com; RSVP at http://bit.ly/2jl3sp9

Intelligent Nutrients Spring Pop-up:

Shop an eclectic mix of handcrafted goods from local vendors this spring pop-up hosted at Intelligent Nutrients’ headquarters. The natural skincare and haircare brand is hosting ten vendors, including Fair Anita, MEND Jewelry, and Larissa Loden Jewelry, plus take advantage of complimentary hand facials, mini LightStim facials, tarot and psychic readings, drinks, and 20 percent off all Intelligent Nutrients products in store during the event. Saturday from 2–5 p.m. @ Intelligent Nutrients, 983 E. Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis, intelligentnutrients.com; register for the free event at eventbrite.com

Northern Vogue Fashion Show:

For its second season, this fashion show co-presented by Niche and W Minneapolis presents a high-impact runway show featuring looks by a roster of all-Minnesota fashion designers. View full spring/summer 2018 collections by Kristi Vosbeck, Abby Schumacher, Way the Label, Tessa Louise, and Joeleen Torvick, accessorized by local designers. Shop the looks in a pop-up shop following the show, with 10 percent of sales from the pop-up and net proceeds from the event benefiting Dress for Success Twin Cities. Saturday from 6–11:30 p.m. @ W Minneapolis, 821 S. Marquette Ave., Minneapolis; buy tickets via eventbrite.com

Local Love Pop-up Shops for Mother’s Day:

The Scout Guide Minneapolis and Hewing Hotel co-present this day of Mother’s Day shopping featuring a group of seven local vendors. Find fine jewelry from JB Hudson Jewelers, Mother’s Day gift boxes filled with local products by Minny & Paul, hand-poured soy wax candles by Excelsior Candle Co., sculptural hats by Karen Morris Millinery, and lingerie by Urban Undercover. Plus, enjoy Mother’s Day brunch at Hewing’s restaurant, Tullibee. Sunday from 10 a.m.–2 p.m. @ Hewing Hotel, 300 N. Washington Ave., Minneapolis; register via eventbrite.com

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