Here’s the News in Chicago Shopping This Week

Haberdash launches a dapper men’s suit line, designer Derek Lam has a trunk show in Winnetka, and there’s a sweater sale on at Cerato.

The Hackett Barberis jacket from Haberdash   Photo: Courtesy of Haberdash

Haberdash Launches a Line of Dapper Suit Separates

This week, men’s retailer Haberdash launches a private-label collection of suit separates called Haberdash Bespoke No.607, so named for its River North location at 607 North State Street. The tailored jackets, blazers, pants, and vests will be discounted this weekend to celebrate the new line. Friday through Sunday, all off-the-rack jackets and blazers will be marked at $399; pants at $169; and vests at $149.

Derek Lam Hangs out in Winnetka

Meet designer Derek Lam and shop his resort and spring 2014 collection—which includes structured dresses and wide-leg trousers—during a trunk show at Neapolitan Collection (715 Elm St., Winnetka, 847-441-7784, neapolitanonline.com). Call Neapolitan to make an appointment with Lam, who will be at the store tomorrow only. The trunk show runs today through Saturday.

Top Sales This Week

Cerato Boutique (3451 N. Southport Ave., 773-248-8604, ceratoboutique.com) in Lake View hosts a sweater sale, now through Sunday. Grab two or more sweaters and get 20 percent off of each.

Fair trade brand Five Accessories celebrates the sixth anniversary of its home, the Andersonville Galleria (5247 N. Clark St., 773-878-8570), by offering 16 percent off all purchases from 7 to 10 p.m. on Friday.

Openings

On Friday, Vineyard Vines opens its first Chicago location, at 540 North Michigan Avenue (adjacent to the Shops at North Bridge). The brand is best known for its whimsically printed neckties, but also sells preppy clothing and accessories for men, women, and children.

Earlier this month, the owners of Thread Away opened a full-service spa, Acchaa Beauty + Wellness Spa (500 N. Wells St., 312-321-0011, acchaa.com) in River North. The menu at Acchaa (which means “good” in Hindi) focuses on traditional Indian ayurvedic practices, such as pressure-point facials, eyebrow threading, and henna application.

Jeweler Ananda Fashions (122 S. Michigan Ave., 312-957-1000, anandafashions.com), which was formerly Mali Jewelry, is now open across the street from the Art Institute.

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