While wandering around Bucktown this weekend at Refinery29’s brunch crawl, I decided to make a few pitstops. One of these pitstops was at RSVP Gallery. If you haven’t been I suggest you go because there is no other store in Chicago like it. Carrying things I’ve never seen anywhere else like Linda Farrow x Jeremy Scott Caesar Gold Leaves Sunglasses and Takashi Murakami prints to name a few, this is a truly unique place.
With that said, I decided to pick myself up a few sweet items from RSVP and I’m so obsessed, I just had to share.
Chanel tattoos that I’ve had my eye on for over a year now…check! Ambush POW neon orange ring…check!
The tattoos match by vintage Chanel eagle necklace from Sofia Vintage…sweet!
Ted Baker unveiled his first Midwest location at 1009 North Rush Street less than 2 months ago. I was very excited for this store to open because whenever I am in LA I always visit the Ted Baker store on Robertson, and I always pick up some new cool pieces that I can’t find anywhere else.
The new Chicago store highlights the best of English design elements while catering to our city’s ever-changing climate…which I can always appreciate when it comes to Chicago retail stores!
The Spring/Summer 2011 womenswear collection is simple with soft draped silhouettes yet playful with intricate, abstract prints. The menswear collection brings a softer and relaxed edge to traditional tailored looks by featuring offbeat color combinations, vibrant prints, and beautiful textures.
Take a look at some of the looks from Ted Baker Spring/Summer 2011…
For more information visit www.tedbaker.com and if you’re in Chicago, stop by the new location at 1009 North Rush.
Photos courtesy of Ted Baker