Leghorn: Bird is the word in Ukrainian Village, as the socially conscious, BYOB chicken shack from Element Collective has opened up shop. Drop by for chicken sandwiches (above), chicken-fried fries, hush puppies and other creations from chefs Jared Van Camp and Sieger Bayer. It’s money well spent, as two percent of the restaurant’s profits will benefit LGBTQ-friendly organizations. 959 N. Western, (773) 782-3936; Leghornchicken.com
Cleanse Culture: Reboot your body with a juice cleanse from the new Des Plaines-based company, founded by Nicole Kasal. With nationwide delivery and six cleanse options, including a Chakra Cleanse designed to rebalance your body’s natural energies, getting healthy is definitely worth the squeeze. Cleanses start at $65; Cleanseculture.com
Laura Mercier Lip Glacé: Glossy girls, rejoice: The cosmetics line is launching 13 new shades of lip gloss. Available in long-lasting hues like Azalea, Black Cherry and Tulip (shown at left), all in the line’s signature high shine, a stand-out pout has never been easier. $25, Nordstrom, 55 E. Grand; Lauramercier.com
Jason Wu show: Saks Fifth Avenue welcomes the designer to the Art Institute of Chicago’s Modern Wing March 12. Stop by to take in Wu’s Fall 2014 collection, fresh off last month’s New York Fashion Week runway. Tickets start at $150 and benefit A Better Chicago. 6-8 p.m., 159 E. Monroe, RSVP at Abetterchicago.org.