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As senior editor of Shopping + Style for Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, Ali Shops. All the time. An authority on retail and fashion, Ali’s writing has appeared in numerous publications including Lucky, ShopEtc., Delta Sky Magazine, Twin Cities Business, and the St. Paul Pioneer Press, where she was the shopping and style columnist for a decade prior to joining Mpls.St.Paul Magazine. Ali hosts Shop Girls on myTalk107.1 every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is a frequent guest on other radio and television programs. Her Ali Shops blog at mspmag.com is a popular resource for shopping scoops and tips. A Minneapolis native and graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Journalism, Ali owes her very existence to shopping—her parents met while working at Dayton's. She grew up immersed in the retail world, commentating her first fashion show with her mom at age 6.
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From fashion to home to gifts to fun, this is your guide to the best in Twin Cities shopping right now.
Updates to Ridgedale and MOA are shaking up our shopping scene.
Minnesota brands and retailers worth shopping between bites.
Shop talk with Co-CEO Dave Gilboa.
Bambino Decor introduces a gift registry.
Rick and Danna Atherton—the brains, and bucks, behind several hot startups.
Interior designer Martha Dayton opens her dream shop.
At long last: a medical solution for the consummate first world problem.
Linden Hills' Extrados salon and spa is closing, but don't worry: your brows won't suffer.
St. Paul's lingerie boutique is about to get intimate in Minneapolis.
The way to pop star Kelly Clarkson's heart? Through her daughter's feet!
Four indie retailers team up in Maple Grove. What?
The store for the north is all grown up and ready to sell Explorer pants and Warby Parker specs.
The store of the future looks a lot like an apartment.
Peeling back the carpet on an underappreciated Galleria boutique.
Watch out, Stitch Fix. Trendsend launches this week.
The father-son retailer hits its stride in the North Loop.
The son of lululemon founder Chip Wilson talks about building the next big brand.
The Swedish tradition of a crayfish party is becoming a Minneapolis tradition, too.
Check out the Minnesota makers on sale at West Elm's Edina store.
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