fashion

Women who work in fashion, design and social media—or aspire to—are being invited to put on their high heels and step out to a free networking event aimed at connecting Twin Cities creatives. 
The event, called WhatSheSaid, is scheduled at the W Hotel in downtown Minneapolis on March 19 from 1:30-4:30.
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NerdWallet rated Minneapolis the fourth best city for young entrepreneurs, but let’s not forget its suburbs. Read More
Lisa Hackwith, founder of Hackwith Design House, never meant to be a clothing designer. It wasn’t until after graduating with a studio art degree that she even learned how to sew. But once she started, she couldn’t stop. Working out of her home, Hackwith began selling her loose, flowing, feminine designs on Etsy in 2010. Read More


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“People want to make things,” says Amber Gunn Thomas, founder of The Patchery, a new online design-your-own kids’ clothing company based in Plymouth. Read More
Leo Padron believes that a good watch is one that stands the test of time.
 
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Sean Besser Hank has been sewing since the age of four, but it wasn’t until October 2013 that he began to capitalize on his talent. From some vintage fabric he found on eBay, he cut and sewed his own pocket squares. “I wore them around and people liked them,” he says. Read More
While most high school seniors are preoccupied with their impending graduation, recent Minnetonka High School grads Alex Carney and Will Sharpe had big plans to achieve before the end of their senior year. Read More
This month, Esquire magazine listed the 11 best stores for men in America. Read More

Founder: He might live in New York now, but Mac McMillan is still a Minnesotan 

Neckties are an essential element of the businessman’s wardrobe, but accessories company Pierrepont Hicks makes the kind you’ll want to wear even when you’re off the clock. Read More