Here's a roundup of my published writing from this week:
I report on the news that Shinola and Filson have left the North Loop for Galleria. [Minnesota Monthly]
I review last weekend's Ready or Hot 2018 runway show benefiting Planned Parenthood. [Minnesota Monthly]
I tell you where to party and where to shop for your red-carpet look for the Oscars on Sunday, plus offer my red-carpet predictions. [Minnesota Monthly]
I run down the week's top shopping and style events in the Twin Cities. [Minnesota Monthly]
I cover Pikka Designs Co., the new mix-and-match furniture line by Ciel Loft and Home. [Midwest Home]
I preview a new dual exhibition by Minneapolis artists Dick Brewer and Al Wadzinski at Gallery 360, a retrospective of Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama at Minneapolis Institute of Art, a new play by Minnesota-based Somali playwright and performer Ifrah Mansour as part of the Guthrie Theater's new Solo Emerging Artist Celebration, a Disney princess–inspired puppet musical at Open Eye Figure Theatre, a Brazilian carnival at the Cedar, and winter beer events. [Southwest Journal]
I write about how protective clothing maker Globe Manufacturing Company helps volunteer fire departments stay safe in the March issue of Specialty Fabrics Review.
This weekend, find me at the Minnesota's Red Dress Collection (Saturday at the Loews Hotel) and the Minnesota Oscar Experience (Sunday at the Ivy Hotel), which I'll be covering for Minnesota Monthly. Dress to impress!
(Ready or Hot 2018 photo by Chad Novak)