Shops & Business

wedding dress on hanger

Growing up in an environment where everything was celebrated, Edina alumna and founder of Ringham Events Natalie Ringham says her passion for planning has been a part of who she is for as long as she can remember.

Dan Arom

Dan Arom’s friendship with Edina High School (EHS) classmate Spenser Somers set him on his path of volunteerism. A member of the class of 1990, Somers fought cancer for five years before passing away following graduation. Friends created the Spenser Somers Foundation in his honor.

At the 2021 Taste Fore the Tour, local celebs and guests gathered to raise funds for local food shelf, VEAP.

“Most people in the United States only wear about 20 percent of their wardrobes. That means that 80 percent of the clothes are languishing in their closet being unworn,” Nancy Dilts says.

Haven Nail Studio

When Natalie Bolden and Kaitlin Casper discovered the benefits of waterless nailcare, they decided it was too good to ignore. So, they opened an innovative nail salon in the 50th and France business district called Haven Nail Studio.

Father's Day gifts at Scout

Father’s Day is Sunday, June 20. Gift something special to the Dads in your life from one of Edina’s newest shops. Known for “handsome apparel and gifts,” Scout recently opened its second location in the 50th and France business district.

Rick Murphy

Rick Murphy’s community service contributions are felt in Edina and beyond.

MartinPatrick3 - women's clothing line

For discerning shoppers who crave a unique boutique experience, MartinPatrick3, renowned for its elevated apparel, accessories and furnishings, has 

Foss Swim School opened its newest location in neighboring Richfield this past March. With over 9,000 sq. feet of space with five bathrooms, 14 changing stalls and a 2,508 sq.

Reily Werness modeling spring looks by Serge + Jane

Elevated Knit Set

Knit set Free People $198; Bracelets Pink: Curio Cities $40;  White and gold beads: Butterfly Social $40

necklace from innovative jewelry line Mishivah

Last spring, mother-daughter duo Mitra Vahhaji and Shireen Amehdi found themselves with more free time during quarantine to dip into their creativity.

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