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Lynn Imbier

Fashion & Shopping,Cosmetics Woman,Fashoin Style,Shopping & Women,Beauty & FashionOffering all men and women worldwide the perfect of cosmetics, haircare and fragrance by way of high quality, efficacy and security. Generally, when we’re trying at the latest traits or checking out movie star outfits , we sort of feel like Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada. The reality is, there actually isn’t a lot in vogue that ends up being groundbreaking (florals actually do dominate each spring), but in the case of 2020, we do not mind it one bit.

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Holidazzle Goes Hybrid for 2021

Consider it a bridge year: Holidazzle will return to in-person events in downtown Minneapolis this holiday season, but in limited capacity—no Loring Park ice rink or marketplace in heated tents. Think “moments” rather than full-on festival. 

“Holidazzle is excited to be back in-person this year but, but public health is still a top priority,” says Mark Remme, communications director for the Minneapolis Downtown Council, the business association that produces the city’s annual holiday festivities. Last year, in the depths of the pandemic, the event went online-only with recorded shows, craft activities and virtual skating lessons.  “As we walk back toward the full Holidazzle experience in 2022, we are offering moments to celebrate together this holiday season while making adjustments for public health purposes.”

So the Downtown Council is limiting Holidazzle to one weekend at Loring Park and a smattering of lights and decorations along Nicollet Mall. The Holidazzle Yeti—an interactive,

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3 Twin Cities Restaurants Moving Veggie-Forward

All Saints, Scallops

Freshly opened in Northeast, this chef-driven restaurant doesn’t want to leave protein behind; it just doesn’t need it to be primary in the dish. These perfectly seared scallops are really vehicles for the vibrant carrot hummus, and you can’t miss the potency of the shaved fennel with bursts of orange that make the bite. 222 Hennepin Ave. E., Mpls., 612-259-7507, allsaintsmpls.com


Cardamom, Cauliflower

The new all-day café at the Walker offers a menu that is veggie-heavy and has a knack for making the plates both beautiful and unexpected. While cauliflower and burrata are both common ingredients on the veggie eater’s roster, rarely are they so perfectly combined like this with a spicy peanut sauce. 723 Vineland Pl., Mpls., at the Walker Art Center, 612-375-7542, cardamommpls.com


The Block, Pheobe

It’s masquerading as a suburban tavern, but The Block’s casual menu is full of vegetarian and vegan plates that

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Ways to Celebrate the Holidays Around the Twin Cities

Holidazzle

Holidazzle is coming back this year, albeit with some changes. The annual downtown Minneapolis holiday festivities will be limited to one weekend at Loring Park and special activations on Nicollet Mall. But don’t worry, we can confirm the giant yeti is safe and sound. holidazzle.com

A Christmas Carol at the Guthrie

Charles Dicken’s tale of Ebeneezer Scrooge has been adapted countless times, but this new world-premiere adaptation features direction by the Guthrie’s artistic director Joseph Haj and updates to the physical production for the first time since 2010, but the same ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future. guthrietheater.org

Ice Castles

The New Brighton Ice Castles are a winter staple of the northern tundra. Construction is kicking off this month to get this season’s ice structures frozen solid for an opening in January. icecastles.com

GLOW Light Show at the Fairgrounds

After launching last year at the State Fairgrounds, the

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Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James Opens Store at Mall of America

Born out of fondness for the South she grew up in, Reese Witherspoon began Draper James in 2014. Quickly, the brand blossomed, and the esteemed actress and entrepreneur will open her fifth retail store in the Mall of America on November 18, just in time for holiday shopping season. 

It’s the first Draper James location to open in the North, though you’ll find it at the south end of the mall, near Macy’s. Inside, expect plenty of pretty dresses and plaid patterns, along with an array of accessories and home accents. Named after her grandparents, Dorothea Draper and William James Witherspoon, Draper James aims to evoke a slow gracious lifestyle which welcomes all with open arms. The garments are versatile and offered in a wide range of sizes.

With the help of CEO Erin Moennich, the collection of charming everyday wear continues to expand rapidly. After massive success at the

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Team of the Year, The Very Group

Very’s 160-strong fashion team is made up of buyers, merchandisers, product technologists and visual merchandisers. Within the team there are two distinct focus areas: own-brand V by Very and the more than 700 third-party brands available through the site.

A collaborative mindset drives the team’s success. This was never more evident than when Covid-19 hit the industry in 2020. They adjusted to working remotely and created cross-functional groups that delivered double-digit year-on-year growth in back to school and denim.

The fashion team remained focused on what was important to the customer during that moment in time and responded quickly to shifting market trends. As people spent more time at home during lockdown and events and travel were suspended, demand for categories such as occasionwear dropped. They went back to the drawing board and adjusted the ranges, accelerating growth in more Covid-resilient categories, such as casual tops, outerwear, jeans, loungewear and

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