Shops

Catherine Ware in vintage clothing

With a passion for unique fashion, 2015 Edina High School grad, Catherine Ware created her own vintage clothing business, Ware Vintage.

50th and France is known for amazing and unique shops, and this past March it welcomed a boutique all the way from Lakeville: Pink Door Boutique.

One of Edina’s most beloved boutiques, Evereve, is giving its corporate office space a bit of a makeover. With a growing business, expansion was a perfect idea.

Among several great retail additions, Z Gallerie is one of two new home décor shops that have recently opened at the Galleria.

Once a summer pop-up shop, Witt + Bliss, located in Bespoke Hair Artisans, has become a 50th and France mainstay.

Located in Southdale Center, the Fixery has been in Edina since the 1970s with its primary mission being the repair and maintenance of timepieces, according to owner Mark Kafka.

According to Bob’s Shoe Repair owner David Young, they’ll do “anything and everything” to fix up your shoes.

After about five years in Minneapolis, Lacey Brooker, owner of Piccadilly Prairie, decided to make a change. In November 2016, she moved her shop to Southdale Center in Edina.

Sara Aubitz is an Edina homeowner and mother of two who loves her neighbors, Edina public schools, staying fit (she runs and does yoga), travel and gardening. Her employment history includes merchandising at Target and marketing at 3M.

Being single doesn’t mean you should single yourself out from having pretty flowers to display in your home or office. Ann Backman, owner of Spruce Flowers and Home, says, “My idea for singles is to sign up for one of our flower arranging classes.

When Molly Resch was younger, she always loved going over to her best friend’s house, where her friend’s mom had a hair salon in their basement. Years later, Resch is continuing what she has always enjoyed doing, but now at a Sola Salon.

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