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Office Envy: Evereve's New Headquarters

A peak inside the retailer's new digs.

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    The front hall sets the tone for a company inspired by motherhood and femininity, with shades of pink and navy— the latter a nod to denim, one of Evereve’s biggest sellers.

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    Evereve co-CEO Megan Tamte’s office features a fitting room so she can try on apparel samples.

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    A prototype store in the office lets employees experiment with displays.

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    Heidi Watson and Kristina Klockars working in Evereve’s “Style Out Room."

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    The lunch room is called Hot Mama Café, inspired by Evereve’s original name. Designed for company parties and events, the airy space can accommodate up to 100.

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    Founders/ co-CEOs Megan and Mike Tamte can see their home from the seventh-floor office’s 360-degree view.

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    A retail display area within the office.

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    The sample room at Evereve headquarters. The retailer designs much of its own merchandise.

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    Patterned wallpaper and color make the corporate office feel warm.

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    The front desk at Evereve headquarters.

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    Shelves in the front hall are filled with books and objects that inspire the Tamtes.

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    It’s all in the details.

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    Fabric samples for private label Evereve women’s apparel.

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    The new office is occupied by 65 employees with room to more than double that.

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    Booths provide casual meeting areas.

    • Slide01

      The front hall sets the tone for a company inspired by motherhood and femininity, with shades of pink and navy— the latter a nod to denim, one of Evereve’s biggest sellers.

    • Slide03

      Evereve co-CEO Megan Tamte’s office features a fitting room so she can try on apparel samples.

    • Slide04

      A prototype store in the office lets employees experiment with displays.

    • Slide05

      Heidi Watson and Kristina Klockars working in Evereve’s “Style Out Room."

    • Slide06

      The lunch room is called Hot Mama Café, inspired by Evereve’s original name. Designed for company parties and events, the airy space can accommodate up to 100.

    • Slide07

      Founders/ co-CEOs Megan and Mike Tamte can see their home from the seventh-floor office’s 360-degree view.

    • Evereve21_Slide08

    • Slide09

      A retail display area within the office.

    • Slide10

      The sample room at Evereve headquarters. The retailer designs much of its own merchandise.

    • Slide11

      Patterned wallpaper and color make the corporate office feel warm.

    • Slide12

      The front desk at Evereve headquarters.

    • Slide13

      Shelves in the front hall are filled with books and objects that inspire the Tamtes.

    • Slide14

      It’s all in the details.

    • Slide15

      Fabric samples for private label Evereve women’s apparel.

    • Slide16

      The new office is occupied by 65 employees with room to more than double that.

    • Slide08

      Booths provide casual meeting areas.

    Company Evereve
    Headquarters Edina
    Size 20,500 square feet
    Designer Studio BV

    With its offices bursting at the seams in the old Durr Ltd. Building at 44th and France, ever-expanding women’s retailer Evereve recently relocated its corporate headquarters to 6800 France Ave. S. in Edina, across the street from Southdale. It was a major undertaking, transforming the top floor of a 51-year-old office building into a modern space that feels more like a North Loop loft. “We knew we wanted a space to be cool and creative, and we wanted it to be accessible and easy and in the same hometown where we started our first store,” says founder Megan Tamte, co-CEO with her husband, Mike. The newly renovated office is occupied by 65 employees, with room to more than double that number. With 85 stores in 25 states and a robust online business, Evereve, whose trend-driven fashion targets stylish moms, employs 1,500 nationwide. The retailer is on pace to reach $110 million in revenue by October.

    By Sally Samaha
    Photography by Hanna Voxland