Ali Kaplan (Twin Cities Business, Minneapolis St. Paul magazines) and her mother Harmony are the Shop Girls, talking everything retail in Minnesota. Includes: Fashion trends, celebrity brands, local deals & steals, design, technology updates and more. Should you buy it? The Shop Girls have the answers, as heard Saturdays 11-1 pm CST on myTalk 107.1 radio.
9/11/21 | Hour 2: Fashion in the Metaverse
Guest Larissa Loden calls in to share some exciting news about her jewelry business. Are Facebook smart glasses an invasion of people's privacy? Traci Ellis Ross for J Crew is among the retail partnerships to look out for this fall. Plus, even J-Lo has some embarrassing fashion moments.
9/11/21 | Hour 1: Fashion Week MN
A special guest joins in to talk about the behind the scenes of the VMAs and what host Doja Cat will be wearing. Also, some insider info on fashion week MN from Madeline Nachbar, Style Editor at MPLS St. Paul magazine. Ali and Harmony debate denim and cutouts on Whose Look.
8/21/21 | Hour 2: Chaps and Opera Gloves
MyTalkers call in to rave about Old Navy's body inclusive revamp. Virtual reality is the hot topic in Harmony's Tech Report. Queen Bey trades in her crown for a cowboy hat in her new adidas collab. Plus, Ali shares what markets are hopping in the Twin Cities Area.
8/21/21 | Hour 1: Immersive Shopping
Target sales are sky rocketing during the back to school rush. Amazon is proving to be the most powerful retailer. Ali claims "the more things change the more they stay the same". Plus, crocheted bikinis and exercise dresses in Whose Look Is It.
8/14/21 | Hour 2: Shopping of the Future
MyTalkers call in to ask where to find tailor-fit suits and professional blouses for when they return to the office. Grant gives suggestions for where to find the best. Ali takes over Harmony's Tech Report with the big news about the Taco Bell of the Future. Plus, Target's new designer collabs and the newest products from the Kardashian empire.
8/14/21 | Hour 1: Startups
Grant Whittaker is in for Harmony! MyTalkers call in to reminisce about department stores that are no longer in the TCA. Ali has the scoop on startups local and beyond. Toilet Paper Queen Zoe Levin calls in to talk about her startup company Bim Bam Boo, a sustainability-focused approach to toilet paper. Grant gives his predications for this fall's fashion trends.