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UNICEF Designer Dolls

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To raise money for children’s vaccinations in Sudan, UNICEF has set up an exciting fundraiser to be held on December 2nd. A special auction will take place selling unique dolls designed by some of the biggest names in fashion. As a preview, the dolls will be displayed until the action in Paris’s Petit Palais and their official photographs have been …

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Hubbard Street Dance Chicago: One Thousand Pieces

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To commemorate Hubbard Street Dance’s legacy of being the best contemporary dance company in Chicago, in house choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo created One Thousand Pieces, the company’s first full length work by one choreography with a single theme. The project involves the entire company, including the dancers of Hubbard Street 2 and music by Philip Glass. Cerrudo was inspired by artist …

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Make Beauty + Erik Madigan Heck

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Last year, we featured a beautiful collaboration between photographer Erik Madigan Heck and Neiman Marcus. After many successful campaigns, Erik’s latest work unites him with the world of make-up. Make, a young beauty brand, asked the photographer to take saturated photos that would be representative of their latest palettes. The result is an impressive hybrid of art and beauty. Post …

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Azzedine Alaia: Palais Galliera Retrospective

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  Azzedine Alaia   Azzedine Alaia is a Tunisian-born couturier and shoe designer, who became popular in the 1980’s. His designs have been worn by many celebs including Tina Turner, Naomi Campbell, Madonna, and Rhianna.  He came from small beginnings and was strongly influenced by his glamorous sister, and his mother’s friend who would sneak him Vogue magazines every month, …

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“David Bowie is” Exhibition

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The “David Bowie is” exhibition is taking a world tour to bring fans the unique story of David Bowie. The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago has honorably been chosen as the U.S. location for this tour. Fans can expect to see original costumes, photography, archived performances, and much more. The objects will tell the story of how this influential …

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Happy Memorial Day

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I hope everyone has a happy Memorial Day! Whether your going to a barbecue or just out and about, take the time to remember the men and woman who’ve served our country to help keep us safe.  



Pal Joey

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NOW PLAYING – May 26, 2013 Porchlight Theatre at Stage 773 1225 W Belmont, Chicago Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 1939. Joey Evans, a brash, scheming song-and-dance man elbows his way into a job at a south side nightclub and is soon juggling the affections of a naive shop girl and a wealthy society dame whom he hopes will set him up …

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Charlotte Olympia and Tom Binns

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan will be exhibiting “Punk: Chaos to Couture” as it forecasts the return of punk culture in fashion. In honor of this exhibition, designers Charlotte Olympia and Tom Binns have paired up to create some trendy accessories to reflect the powerful punk style. Available on May 2nd, you can visit www.charlotteolympia.com for purchase information. …

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The Art of Fashion Runway Show

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  StyleChicago.com presents:  The Art of Fashion 2013 Runway Show at the Museum of Broadcast and Communications located at: 360 N. State St. Friday, April 19, 2013 Tickets are $95-$115 and include: VIP Cocktail Reception from 6pm-7:30 Assigned seat for Runway Show at 7:30pm Official After-Party at ROOF at the Wit at 9pm Post by: Brittany Hinrichs  



Picasso and Chicago

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The Art Institute of Chicago has the incredible honor of calling itself the country’s first museum to present Pablo Picasso’s artwork back in 1913. Now, 100 years later, this honor is celebrated as exclusive works of art by the Spanish artist are brought together from private collections and museums. This is a valuable and historic showcase that you won’t want …

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