Coyle & Herr
This 12,000-square-foot Bridgeport consignment shop is filled with gently used furniture by Baker, B&B Italia, Le Corbusier, and more. Lighting from $50 to $2,000; dining tables $500 to $3,000.
1200 W. 35th St., 773-575-9880, coyleandherr.com
Vignettes of midcentury dining tables mixed with locally made recycled glass tumblers and screenprinted tea towels make it easy to imagine this Pilsen store’s vintage furniture in a modern house.
1215 W. 18th St., 312-226-8525, moderncooperative.com
Jerry Kamhi, owner
With the new Roosevelt Collection flagship, Kamhi’s expanding sartorial empire has grown to include the South Loop.
Favorite hangout: “The H Lounge, where customers can sip their favorite La Colombe brew before getting a haircut from the in-store barber.”
Must-have for spring: “I’m really excited about Eidos, a youthful new line from Isaiah that includes jackets, pants, and outerwear.”
150 W. Roosevelt Rd., 312-357-5134; 607 N. State St., 312-624-8551; 611 N. State St., 312-646-7870; haberdashmen.com
Great indie boutiques are rare in the Loop, which makes this shop in the Monadnock Building that much more impressive. The tightly curated racks of women’s wear include Nougat London, Yoana Baraschi, and the Dutch brand Humanoid.
330 S. Dearborn St., 312-212-8860, florodora.com
Men’s and Women’s Apparel
Independence’s six-month-old Hyde Park store is all about classic, American-made goods: Levi’s jeans, Gitman Vintage printed button-downs for men, and shirtdresses for women.
1506 E. 53rd St., 773-947-2060; 47 E. Oak St., 312-675-2105; independence-chicago.com
Market Supply Co.
This “general store” in Pilsen takes vintage Americana very seriously. You’ll find rows of Red Wing boots, ’40s day dresses and ’50s party frocks, cat’s-eye glasses, and brass and gold-plated jewelry—plus an antique full-service barber chair in back.
1747 S. Halsted St., 773-609-2887, marketsupplyco.com