Jayne Haugen Olson

Jayne Haugen Olson

Jayne joined Mpls.St.Paul as lifestyle editor in 2000 and was instrumental in leading the vision of the magazine’s retail, lifestyle, and trend features. She launched what is now the Shop + Style section and led content teams for Mpls.St.Paul Shops, Mpls.St.Paul Home, and Mpls.St.Paul Weddings. In 2009, Jayne was named editor-in-chief of Sky magazine, the onboard lifestyle magazine for Delta Air Lines reaching 5.3 million readers monthly around the globe. In March, she was promoted to vice president of editorial and serves as editorial director for Mpls.St.Paul Magazine.

Mpls.St.Paul Magazine 2004 Prince Cover
Pop Life

A look back at our July 2004 Prince e-interview that yielded his thoughts on everything from record companies to life in MN.

Bar Space before
Redesign 101

Tips, wisdom, and insider advice to make the most of your redesign.

Jayne Haugen Olson and family in their home under rennovation
Behind the Wallpaper

Jayne Haugen Olson explains why she let a crew of designers take over her home for one very hectic spring.

Horst Rechelbacher in his home in 2011
Mpls.St.Paul Remembers Horst Rechelbacher

We celebrate the inimitable legacy of a man vital to the Twin Cities' story.

 Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's 40th Anniversary
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine: 40 Years of the Best

To celebrate Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's 40th anniversary, we give you 40 lists that showcase the food, fashion, sports, news, and pop culture that shape this place we love (and love to make fun of).

Chicago Eats & Sleeps

The insider's guide to the restaurants and hotels of the moment in the Twin Cities' favorite urban weekend getaway.

Face It, Denny Kemp Rocks

More than ten years ago, Denny Kemp left his creative director role at a powerhouse salon group to open his eponymous salon on East Hennepin. Kemp is at it again with a new salon and spa in a building right across from a White Castle.

Dewy Fresh

Now that it's spring, it's all about pink.

It’s All About The Blow Out, Baby
It’s All About The Blow Out, Baby

What is a blow out anyway?