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While everyone else is devouring "Stranger Things" subreddits on whether beloved metalhead Eddie will come back from the dead, columnist Tammy Swift admits she's busy admiring all the '80s details — from protagonist Eleven’s floral thermal undershirt to Steve Harrington's Andre Agassi-inspired 'do.
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Buckanaga Social Club is hosting a fashion show at Duluth Coffee Co.'s Roastery on July 21, and was accepted for their second showing at Rise New York Fashion Week in September.
The group blends vintage fashion with women's empowerment and hosts fundraisers to support the community.
Welcome to the trend of "goblin mode" — the phenomenon of embracing and owning your inner, perfectly imperfect, binge-watching, junk food-eating sloth.

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Brought to you by two attorneys who decided to trade family law for time with their own families, Vella Kids Boutique fills a 3,000-square-foot space with diminutive dresses, tot-sized jeans and wee onesies for the well-dressed, Instagram-ready kiddo on the go.
Like most projects Lauren Zima tackles, The Nines at the former Block 9 in Fargo may be her lucky number. Even at 10:30 a.m. in the middle of the week, the Broadway shop bustles with busyness — attracting everyone from young girls seeking the latest in shredded mom jeans to grandmothers looking for a sparkly holiday top.
The internationally known photographer captured the look of teens in wintry small towns.
The group that started with faculty wives has evolved to allow anyone who wants to meet others and support women in education.
During the pandemic, the Rochester Public Library employee found a creative outlet in his closet.
Uptown Cheapskate, franchisee Tyler Hocum said, differentiates itself with its selection, with items “more on the high-end scale of clothing.” The store is set to open in mid-May.

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Friends and acquaintances so liked Leah Kay Krabbenhoft's headbands that they asked if she could make some for them. She gave the first ones away for free, but as the requests increased, she realized she could parlay her hobby into a side hustle. Today, Krabbenhoft's Soulvation Society brand has blossomed into a 100% self-funded, woman-owned and operated brand with over $2 million in sales and zero debt.
Friends and acquaintances so liked Leah Kay Krabbenhoft's headbands that they asked if she could make some for them. She gave the first ones away for free, but as the requests increased, she realized she could parlay her hobby into a side hustle. Today, Krabbenhoft's Soulvation Society brand has blossomed into a 100% self-funded, woman-owned and operated brand with over $2 million in sales and zero debt.
At a fashion show in Minneapolis, Beck Thompson’s clothing caught the eye of an employee of MartinPatrick3, where he got a job as a sales associate and an opportunity to sell his line of men’s apparel.

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