The practicality of carrying all of your necessities on your back while still looking stylish is exactly why backpacks are a hot trend for fall.
Shops & Business
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.
After seeing wide success in its other Midwest boutiques, Tory Burch, a distinguished American lifestyle brand, opened its first Minnesota boutique in the Galleria in October.
Mindy Rozman-Banko and Carl Anderson have been classmates since the fifth grade at Countryside Elementary in Edina. Since graduating from Edina High School in 1982, they have gone on to successful careers.
Argo Tea, a Chicago-based retailer, is selling some of their drinks at a newer Coffee & Bagels hybrid shop in Edina. The store is a partnership between Caribou Coffee and Einstein Bros. Bagels, with the newest addition being Argo Tea.
Helping high school youth succeed in different aspects of life is something Becky Briggs truly loves. Last spring, Briggs received a Connecting with Kids leadership award. This is an honor given in recognition of a significant commitment on behalf of youth.
BoxElder Senior Moving Services is a full-service moving company for seniors. This Edina-based, family-owned company offers a variety of services like sorting, purging, disposal, organization, shipping, storage and staging.
A Chicago-based retailer opened at 50th and France last fall. Luxury Garage Sale, an upscale consignment store, is ready to serve up some serious styles to Edina shoppers. This will be the company’s fourth location.
The Polar Plunge will take place in Minnesota in late winter and early spring. These events, which raise money for the Special Olympics, are a great way to have fun while helping a great cause.
Annika Bridal Boutique—named by combining the owners’ names, Annie and Kate, with a nod toward Minnesota’s Nordic heritage—recently opened in Edina.
When inspiration spoke, Elizabeth Anderson listened.