The Minneapolis Club’s original birdcage elevator (circa 1908) was once reserved for ushering women from the rear entrance of the club to the second-floor powder room for freshening up before heading to dinner or events.
Work and Play
Barbiecore is here to stay—punch up an all-pink look with unexpected layers and mixed prints.
Picadilly coat ($149) and THML top ($82), both from Statement Boutique, 212 3rd Ave. N., Mpls., 651-808-7663; Baum und Pferdgarten blazer ($399) and pant ($259), both from Requisite, 211 Washington Ave. N., Mpls., 612-259-7387; Ganni bag ($445), from Grethen House, 4930 France Ave. S., Edina, 952-926-8725; shoes, model’s own
Meeting in the Ladies’ Room
Turn up the dial in looks that champion a punk spirit of the late Vivienne Westwood. Menswear-inspired separates, studs, and leather details bring the edge.
Smythe vest ($450) and pant ($595), also from Bumbershute; One Teaspoon top ($188) and studded blazer ($278), also from Serge and Jane; Gucci loafers ($1,150), from Nordstrom, Mall of America and Ridgedale, nordstrom.com; Ganni chain wallet ($295), also from Grethen House
Retro, geometric prints and a “Penny Lane”–inspired topper are a match made in heaven.
Staud coat ($495), from Bumbershute, 3811 W. 50th St., Mpls., 952-475-2684; Odeeh dress ($1,195) and No. 21 necklace ($165), from Grethen House, 4930 France Ave. S., Edina, 952-926-8725; Sam Edelman boots ($295), from Evereve, multiple metro locations, evereve.com; Sylca Designs earrings ($34), from Fawbush’s, Galleria, 952-922-5717
Trade traditional autumnal hues for a little more impact. Lavender, sequins, and silver are shining bright.
Nikki Jones coat ($298), from Sweet Ivy, Galleria, 952-456-6598; Smythe blazer ($795), Naadam top ($275), and Le Superbe skirt ($395), also from Bumbershute; shoes, stylist’s own
Modeling by Shannon Lee. Hair and makeup by Miki Mori for Wehmann Models and Talent, Inc
The storied Minneapolis Club has positioned itself for the future as a private social club with a goal to be more inclusive, featuring the now-open-to-the-public Charlie’s, the first-level bar and restaurant with menus developed by local chef Jamie Malone.