Men, take note. You have yet another shopping outlet down Michigan Avenue housed in the remodeled sixth and seventh floors of the Saks Fifth flagship store.
With November over, I take a look back at my favorite event this month -- Redmoon Theater's spectacular Boneshaker bash celebrating both Halloween and All Saint's Day!
Surrealist artist Rene Magritte's paintings came to life in Chicago as the The Auxiliary Board of the Art Institute of Chicago celebrated its 40th anniversary with its Nothing Is As It Appears masked ball.
With Fashion Focus, Chicago's Fashion Week, coming up next week (Oct 15 - 20), I take a look back at some style-focused events -- a particularly fashionable evening in the loop from up-high on the ROOF on the Wit to down low at The Underground nightclub.
Not even torrential downpour and a lightning storm could stop concert-goers from going hard last Friday for the first night of North Coast Music Festival 2013.
A sea of denim, grunge-wear, and Lana Del Ray look-a-likes dominated the fashion scene for Chicago's largest music festival, and I was there with my lens to capture the most dynamic, fashion-forward looks of the weekend.
The mission of RMHC-CNI is to care for families of children with complex medical needs by providing "a home away from home" just steps from where their child is being treated in the hospital.
From Batman to Dr. Who to the X-Men, this year's Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2) attendees did not disappoint with their creativity and hard work on putting together costumes.
The legendary San Diego Comic-Con happened last weekend, but don't get too jealous, Chicago. We have our own annual comic convention, Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2), which comes through town again from April 25-27, 2014 at McCormick Place.
Fashion Week featuring men's and haute couture collections debuted earlier this month in Paris with Gaultier and Valentino leading the pack.
The confusing Chicago spring is officially over, so let's take a look back at the gutsy Chicagoans who dressed to the nines in all sorts of weather spring had in store for us.
Baconfest Chicago, a bacon wonderland where more than 120 chefs serve creative (and most importantly delicious) bacon-inspired dishes to thousands of bacon-loving fans, celebrated its fifth year in the Windy City.
The spring Gilt Warehouse Sale treated Chicago fashionistas to insider prices for luxury brands of the newest shoe styles, jewelry, suits, accessories, and outerwear for men, women, and children.
Flux Pavilion, British DJ and producer, made a pit stop at Chicago's Congress Theater along with Torro Torro and Carnage for a night of electronic dance music and hypnotic light displays.
The first day of spring was all about escaping the dreary winter weather with a fashion show inside a garden of flowers and springtime warmth.
Gucci hosted a private cocktail party for more than 175 guests at the House's Chicago store to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the horsebit loafer and the 1953 collection for men and women.