Oh hey. Today is the day. Let’s talk about Lou & Grey! And it’s those very reasons I am a fashion blogger and not a poet. Now sit back, relax…and let’s get comfortable.
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!
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.