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HERLIFE Spotlight - Decemberwritten by pam pappas stanoch

HERLIFE Spotlight

written by HERLIFE Magazine

"Many Twin Citians recognize her smiling face as the owner of a trendy Minneap-olis boutique where shop-pers can experience high-end European fashions, but what many people do not know is that Pam Pappas Stanoch wears many hats, and not just the ones in her shop..." CONTINUE READING...



2014 Spring Trends


written by pam pappas stanoch

In the loop: A guide to the North Loop's thriving retail scene

written by JAHNA PELOQUIN

"The North Loop is in the midst of a veritable renaissance. After a wave of new residential development in recent years, retailers are now flocking to the neighborhood. A dozen of the Twin Cities’ hottest shops having opened within less than a square mile radius of one another. Not bad for a former shipping and warehouse hub." CONTINUE READING...



2014 Spring Trends


written by pam pappas stanoch

2014 Spring Trends

written by Pam Pappas Stanoch

"I always feel so exhilarated when looking ahead to upcoming fashion trends each season, and Spring 2014 was no exception. What struck me about the 2014 spring and summer season is the return to a more feminine look. The colors are bright and full of light, the fabric is natural and flowing, the mood is playful and the clothing and accessories are made for comfort. Here are some of the upcoming spring trends that I found most compelling this year." CONTINUE READING...



HERLIFE Magazine - C'est Chic Spotlight

HERLIFE Magazine - C'est Chic Spotlight

by linda r. price | cowritten by kathleen m. krueger | photo by chris mcduffie photography

"French women don’t go out and buy new clothes to keep up with the latest trends. They accessorize. A new scarf, a new bag, and they are all set.” This is how Pam Pappas Stanoch describes the French flair for fashion that she has captured at C’est Chic Boutique, located at 200 Third Avenue North in Minneapolis. Pam combines a love of international culture with her strong entrepreneurial spirit. C’est Chic Boutique is Pam’s way of sharing with the people of the Twin Cities the wonderful flavors of international culture and design that she discovers on her travels." CONTINUE READING...



Star Tribune - 'Warming Trends For Spring

Star Tribune - 'Warming Trends For Spring

by Sara Glassman

"Sartorially minded men have been enjoying MartinPatrick and Askov Finlayson, and women have C'est Chic and the fashion-forward bridal salon L'atelier Couture. Now Intoto alums Michael Basham and Sarah Dwyer have added their chic point of view for men's and women's fashion to the neighborhood with Arrow (121 N. 1st St., Mpls., 612-339-1663). It features Antik Batik, Vanessa Bruno, Relwen, Steven Alan and Jerome Dryfuss. They chose the area for the vibe and walking traffic. " CONTINUE READING...



Star Tribune - 'Looking Forever Stylish'

Star Tribune - 'Looking Forever Stylish'

by Sara Glassman

"Concept: A French-style accessories boutique with a few key clothing pieces. When you walk in, it's easy to see what you need to update your look. Right now, go for navy and gingham.

What you'll find: International brands, including straw hats and bags from Italian line Kitchen by Nimé, purses from Japanese label Acrylic and French lines such as Royal Tapisserie bags and Eva Tralala linen clothes. Then there are local designers, including jewelry by Gretchen Gray and Liebling Designs and silk carves by Palettepassion." CONTINUE READING...



Minnesota Monthly - 'French Twist'

Minnesota Monthly - 'French Twist'

by Katie Dohman

"We have the French to thank for a few fabulous C’s: Camembert, champagne, Coco Chanel, couture…. But could we use a little more French style in our lives? Mais oui!

Mother-and-daughter-in-law team Pam Pappas Stanoch and Audrey d’Assignies are happy to help. They’ve stocked their space with French fashion and fun accessories—many of the offerings from designer Eva Tralala, whose pieces are classically tailored, but embellished with surprising details." CONTINUE READING...



Star Tribune - 'Style Points'

Star Tribune - 'Style Points'

by Sara Glassman

"Concept: A French-style accessories boutique with a few key clothing pieces. When you walk in, it's easy to see what you need to update your look. Right now, go for navy and gingham.

What you'll find: International brands, including straw hats and bags from Italian line Kitchen by Nimé, purses from Japanese label Acrylic and French lines such as Royal Tapisserie bags and Eva Tralala linen clothes. Then there are local designers, including jewelry by Gretchen Gray and Liebling Designs and silk carves by Palettepassion." CONTINUE READING...