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Designer Liz Williams puts the wrap on fall fashion with her line of outerwear, launched last year and manufactured entirely in Chicago. From a classic trench ($450) to a chic swing coat in blush ($499), there’s a style for every autumn occasion. Coatcheckchicago.com
Rush street has landed a fashionable new addition with this 7,700-square-foot flagship, which opened late last month. The sleek space features marble and wood surfaces, lots of natural light, custom murals and more to showcase the brand’s #OOTD-worthy womenswear. 923 N. Rush; Aritzia.com
This fall, lush layered pieces are a winning bet
Floral appliques are sew in this fall.
The menswear brand’s new flagship looks like an Apple store meets atelier — and the experience isn’t that different, either. Originally a web-based retailer, the brand uses technology and custom tailoring to outfit guys in sleek suiting. Suits start at $399. The Shops at North Bridge, 520 N. Michigan; Indochino.com
Food meets fashion — in miniature — with the local “Top Chef’s” new line of baby clothes. Her signature “Little Goat” print adorns a onesie, knit cap and blanket, available at the kids’ store in September. $13-$38, 2038 N. Halsted; Monicaandandy.com The model? Izard’s 16-month-old son, Ernie.
Stay sharp in a laser-cut dress.
There was a line all the way down Noble Street Aug. 13, as fans waited for an exclusive T-shirt line dropping at a deli. That's right — a deli.
Grab-and-go eatery Aviato Eats has been bringing a taste of South America to the French Market since opening in June, and last week it expanded its menu of acai and matcha bowls to include a nutritious and hearty lunch option.
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