The first thing you notice about Taylor Swift's New York is that the East River has somehow been turned into a 16-mile-long flowing trench of frozen yogurt. Is it Pinkberry? Is it Red Mango? It's impossible to tell, but don't get close enough to find out, because if you fall in, there's no escaping. ... More >>
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It's time again for GH2's bi-annual 90% off sale, happening this weekend. The Minneapolis designer consignment and resale shop is offering deep discounts on high-end brands such as Prada, Chanel, Commes des Garcon, Margiela, Rick Owens, and many more. This is truly one of the best sales of the se ... More >>
Stylist, John Sand.June, an upscale women's resale and consignment boutique, is hosting its first ever menswear trunk show on Friday, July 31 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, August 1 from noon to 3 p.m. The trunk show features pieces from Minneapolis-based runway stylist and all around fashio ... More >>
Locally based, exceptionally talented hair stylist Adam Livermore just arrived back to our fair city from Couture Fashion Week in Paris. He was kind enough to chat with City Pages about Armani, haute couture, and what it is really like behind the scenes at fashion week in the city of lights.Livermor ... More >>
Vintage and local pieces for warm-weather months
For the City Pages summer fashion issue we decided on the common theme of "sustainable fashion." In these times when our wallets are all a little lighter, being thrifty and making smart investments are two invaluable skills to have. Our two gorgeous models are fully clothed in vintage, thrift, local ... More >>
mikebaird via Flickr.comSummer's here again, that wonderful time of the year when people who have no freakin' clue don their most poorly-considered clothes. Even the marked increase in skin-to-clothing ratio isn't enough to save most folks from falling into fashion quagmires galore. It's no ... More >>
The flat panel televisions, the furniture, the pool and ping pong tables that almost got carted away to help pay off Denny Hecker's creditors? They'll get the cash instead, thanks to some unnamed friends with $15,000 worth of expendable income who came forward with the cash at the last minute ... More >>
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