Artist Jenny Kendler keeps both style and the environment in sight.
Isa Giallorenzo’s Street View 122
The city’s fashion programming department is closing
Students at the Illinois Institute of Art take the fate of Chicago fashion into their own hands.
Heather Kenny talks fashion on WBEZ.
Latino Fashion Week, highlighting the work of local and international Latino designers, starts tonight.
Chicago designer (and Michelle Obama favorite) Maria Pinto will speak at a networking lunch sponsored by the Professional Women’s Club of Chicago on September 9. The title of her talk: “Chicago Fashion—Is It the New Center of the Globe?”
About two years ago, Jenna Fowler and Melanie Manego started Fashion Heist, a Chicago-based showroom offering designers and labels representation to retailers throughout the midwest. Now they’ve gotten into the design biz themselves with Jlee Silver, a line of women’s separates that Fowler describes as “fun, functional, and attainable.”
Accessories from a jeweler who wanted to be a doctor
Lara Miller is the new executive director of Macy’s Chicago Fashion Incubator.
Attendance at last night’s Inside Chicago Fashion panel discussion should have been mandatory for students of the city’s many fashion design programs. Local designer Anna Fong revealed that if she had to do it all over again, she would have majored in business and minored in fashion at Columbia College, calling her job 90 percent business and 10 percent design.
What we’ll be talking about when we talk about fashion.
Chicago-based fashion designers Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters, aka Creatures of the Wind, in W magazine.
Fashion designers Christopher Peters and Shane Gabier, aka Creatures of the Wind, believe the way to the big time is to think small.
Sarah Staskauskas moves to Los Angeles; Chicago friends say goodbye