Where The Experts Shop
Interviews by Barri Leiner Grant, Rebecca Little, and Jennifer Tanaka
Ever wonder where the best-dressed people in the city buy their clothes? How about where interior designers shop for themselves? We wanted to know, so we asked local experts for their best tips and top-secret sources—and we share the results here.
Belle of the Blog
by Lucinda Hahn
Three decades ago, Candace Jordan drew ogles as a Playboy centerfold. Now she is again attracting eyeballs—to her blog chronicling the city’s swank parties and charity events.
by Geoffrey Johnson
On the eve of the 20th century, a Chicago photographer named Beatrice Tonnesen became the first person to use live models in ads. So why has history forgotten her?
Spring Fashion 2010
Bounce & Float
by Stacey Jones Photography by Brian Doben
Stretchy, zippered, and sporty designs for all the right moves
by Stacey Jones Photography by Sean Kennedy Santos
Hard, soft. Structured, flowing. Satisfy both sides of your personality.
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Some lines are worth the wait; Balsan: home of the guiltiest French pastry pleasure; it’s raining bagels in Wicker Park; the ten hottest restaurants
by Amalie Drury
A-OK in River North; an ATM tip sheet for cash-only Late Bar
by David Bernstein
At 35, the brash Jimmy Jellinek is only the fifth editorial director in Playboy’s history. But can he—or anyone else—rescue Hef’s troubled flagship?
by Dennis Rodkin
A high-priced Park Tower sale, a restored LaSalle Drive house, and three new city condo projects
by Jeff Ruby
One Tribune reporter’s retirement plan: a construction crane, blowtorches, and a treasure-trove of old wood
Baseball! Maple syrup! St. Pat’s! Must be March in Chicago. See our top picks.
C-House finally makes a splash; Maxwell’s at the Club waives membership.
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