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This Week’s Top Sales, Local Style Events, and Retail News

Half-off at Stuart Weitzman, the return of Randolph Street Market, and more

Jeff Burkard and a spring/summer jacket in development for his menswear line, BOGA.   Photo: Jose M. Osorio/Chicago Tribune

Top Sales this Week

Stuart Weitzman (520 N. Michigan Ave., stuartweitzman.com) is offering 50 percent discounts on select styles through mid-August. Though staffers warn that the sale is currently low on sizes, they can place orders to help shoppers find discounted kicks in their size.

At women’s boutique Anne Fontaine (909 N. Michigan Ave., annefontaine.com), the entire spring/summer line is marked down by 30 to 50 percent. Discounted items include the designer’s signature white button-down, as well as skirts, shoes, and handbags.

Luxury menswear brand BOGA (133 N. Jefferson St., boga.com) hosts its semi-annual warehouse sale Saturday and Sunday. Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both days, you’ll find 70 percent off on dress shirts, casual shirts, shoes, belts, socks, t-shirts, blazers, vests, and denim from the Chicago-based label.

At BCBG Max Azria (113 E. Oak St., bcbg.com), you can score 40 to 60 percent off select spring and summer apparel, shoes, and handbags. And heads up, chocolate fiends: Today through Sunday, spend $300 on full-priced items and you’ll take home a free Belgian chocolate-scented wrap, created in collaboration with Magnum Ice Cream.

Opening

Celeb stylist Rachel Zoe, along with her business partner Robin Moraetes, will debut Chicago’s second location of DreamDry, at the Waldorf-Astoria (11 E. Walton St., waldorfastoriachicagohotel.com) tomorrow.

The service menu specializes in blow-outs and styling services, and prices range from $20 (for a conditioning mask) to $80 (for an up-do with a wash.)

Market

Randolph Street Market (randolphstreetmarket.com) returns to Beaux Arts Plumber’s Hall (1340 W. Washington St.) on Saturday and Sunday. With the theme “Made in the Shade,” this iteration of the urban antiques market features a fancy food section, a global goods bazaar, and a vinyl swap meet. Find hours and ticket information here.

Pop-Up

Hordes of music lovers will crowd Grant Park for Lollapalooza July 31 to August 2, but Lolla Shop opens well before the mosh pits do. Visit the pop-up shop at Block 37 (108 N. State St., blockthirtyseven.com) from Friday until August 3 and find festival-branded gear along with everything from shoes to hammocks and guitar straps. Hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 7 p.m. on Sunday.

Retail News of the Week

  • Meet Rob Chesney, who is helping Trunk Club win the e-commerce war. Read more.
  • The Nike Air Jordan 1.5 “Chicago” shoe hits shelves this weekend. Read more.
  • Taylor Swift wore a $29 top to mingle with fans in Chicago. Read more.

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