Sales Check

January 2009: A roundup of this month’s sales, store openings, and shopping news.

Chasalla holds its annual renovation sale with up to 80 percent off items from high-end designers such as Roberto Cavalli, Versace, and D&G Jan. 5th through 9th. 106 E. Oak St.; 312-640-1940.

Gamma Player offers 30 to 50 percent off its avant-garde winter collections Jan. 15th through Feb. 1st. 2035 W. Division St.; 773-235-0755.

Genevieve Lethu, the U.S. outpost for French housewares and textiles, marks down selected items by 20 to 50 percent this month. 900 N. Michigan Ave.; 312-423-9948.

Ikram hosts its biannual sale with 40 percent off selected items from designers such as Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, Hussein Chayalan, and Martin Margiela. Starts Jan. 2nd. 873 N. Rush St.; 312-587-1000.

Jayson Home & Garden holds its semiannual floor-model-and-more sale with up to 75 percent off furniture Jan. 2nd through 19th. 1885 N. Clybourn Ave.; 773-248-8180.

Krista K (3458 N. Southport Ave.; 773-248-1967) and Krista K Maternity + Baby (3530 N. Southport Ave.; 773-248-4477) hold their annual Shop Around the Clock sale with 50 to 75 percent off Jan. 24th. Additional discounts are effective each hour, with early birds snagging the best deals.

Only She marks down designers such as Ivan Grundahl, Sonja Marohn, and Heyne Bogout starting Jan. 8th. 710 N. State St.; 312-335-1353.

P.45 offers 50 to 70 percent off winter collections this month. 1643 N. Damen Ave.; 773-862-4523.

Perchance holds its semiannual sale with 20 to 50 percent off dresses, jackets, shoes, and more Jan. 24th. The first 25 customers will save an additional 10 percent at the register. 3512 N. Southport Ave.; 773-244-1300.

Roslyn marks down all items by 30 to 60 percent this month. 2035 N. Damen Ave.; 773-489-1311.

Stitch offers 10 percent off everything from purses to shot glasses Jan. 5th through 25th. 1723 N. Damen Ave.; 773-782-1570.

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