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Monthly Archives: April 2014



“FashionChicago” Shopping Event

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StyleChicago brings you their exciting FashionChicago shopping event on May 3-4. Join over 30+ designers at Millennium Park for a chance to snag great apparel and accessories. Best of all, though the event requires an RSVP, it is free admission. Model casting will also be a part of the event. For more information, or to RSVP, click here.



Alice + Olivia-1st store in Mag Mile, Chicago

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Want to take a fun little trip to Down Town Chicago? Then the place to be is in the Magnificent Mile. Stacey Bendet, founder of the women’s brand Alice + Olivia, opened a new shop on Michigan Ave, which is her first store in the Windy City. Alice + Olivia (919 N. Michigan Ave, 312.273.1254) opened their doors on Friday …

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Man-Up Monday: Billy Reid’s Story

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“It was a dream to someday have a shop in New York. When we first started my business, it was something I wanted to do right off the bat. It obviously didn’t happen that way, so I had to be patient and really let things evolve. And then it took us three years to find the right location. We built …

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Raincoat Fashion: Miu Miu

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Despite longingly wishing for warmer days and sunshine, the weather can be pretty unpredictable – but who says you can’t stay fashionable, even in the rain? With the onslaught of scattered April showers, here are some great pieces that Vogue featured on their site from Miu Miu’s 2014 Fall collection. These can get you inspired and get you ‘singing in …

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Stackable Rings

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  Stackable rings are something that came into style about a year ago, and it doesn’t seem like they are going anywhere anytime soon! From fashion bloggers, to celebrities, the trend is still dominating the jewelry charts. Stackable rings have been seen everywhere from the red carpet to celebs styling them with a  great causal look! The rings can fit any …

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Bespoke Men: Men of the Cloth Film

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Columbia College and the Chicago Cultural Center bring to you an engaging night featuring the film, Men of the Cloth. Following the screening will be a panel discussion with the director, cast members and distinguished members of the Chicago bespoke community, as well as an industry networking reception. For more information, please visit their website here.



Nicolas Kirkwood, Summer & Spring 2014

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  Spring is here and summer is just around the corner, Nicolas Kirkwood has designed  some of the most desired shoes for the two loved seasons! Here are the top 5.   The beautiful signature sandal bootie in natural snakeskin with white leather trim, woven leather front detail, leather laces and gold-tone pin heel. The fabulous shoe would look amazing …

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Man-Up Monday: Obama’s Easter Wardrobe Compilation

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This suit may be neutral in color, but it’s quite charming!   GQ is our source, but Barack Obama’s Easter wardrobe is the topic! I’m going to be equally as harsh as GQ; they make valid points. Two out of four of our Mr. President’s suits weren’t terribly uninteresting… Wait, two out of four… Oh! Unless the grading system changed …

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Frozen: Dress Success

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An Oscar winning movie is now causing some major drama! Frozen has taken over households all over the country. Little girls singing the songs they now know by heart, begging their parents to let them go play in the snow outside -before it all melted- , and of course lusting after the costume from their favorite ice queen. Disney has …

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Fashionable Selby

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Looking at several fashion portraits as of late, I noticed that many fashionistas are posing next to a pile of books. The interesting part however, is that in this pile, it is now common to see “Fashionable Selby” – the latest installment from photographer Todd Selby. Todd traveled the world, as he was invited into the private workshops and offices …

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