Over the past 10 years, Lulu's at the Belle Kay has earned the reputation for being one of the country's top vintage stores. Owner and curator, Laurie Davis, opened a second store last week: Lulu's on the Avenue.
From Uptown to Lakeview and Wicker Park to the Loop, check out some looks across Chicago's neighborhoods that take neutral colors to bold new levels.
2013 has defied the ancient Mayan calendar... the world is still here! To celebrate the end of the mighty year of 2012, I hit the Chicago streets for a few choice hot spots.
I had the pleasure of spending an afternoon with Cori McFadden, star of VH1's House of Consignment, to talk about shopping for the holidays and getting through another Chicago winter staying as stylish as possible.
The historic Pulaski Park Field House played host to hundreds of DIY and indie-craft vendors for this year's holiday fair that attracted creative and fashionable crowds. Stylish craft-seekers strayed from the norm and displayed their personal style with bravado.
In conjunction with World AIDS Day, the AIDS Foundation of Chicago held its annual World of Chocolate gala benefit in Chicago. The evening of charity and decadence boasted creations from chocolate grilled cheese to chocolate-infused tea.
The procession of fashionable guests down the Burberry Chicago beige carpet (in lieu of red) last week to herald the grand opening of its Michigan Avenue store featured many looks sporting the iconic Burberry trench coat and monochromatic color palettes.
It was an honor to sit at the same table as this world-famous photographer who has pioneered street style photography. As self-taught photographer and businessman, Scott Schuman has helped bring down the level of elitism found in the fashion world.
Alyssa, a 9-year-old cancer survivor, stole the show as her dream of walking down the catwalk became a reality when she opened the evening dressed in a Madison & Friends Boutique ensemble.
These weather curve balls autumn is bringing keep us on our toes, but let's imagine a sunny and warmer day shall we? See what great fashion good weather brings out in Chicagoans!
Something about A Class Act captured my emotional core. The story of a talented guy who wants nothing else in life but to be publicly recognized for his true passion, but for various reasons never does is something we can all relate to. No?
Violence in Chicago's African-American community can be difficult to understand, until you look back over the last 40 years.
Some may say tacos are trending in Chicago. Really, they're just getting the attention they've always deserved.