Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Nick







Nick Marzullo runs Pawn Works along with Seth Mooney from NYC. Their space showcases contemporary artists with a focus on street art. They also started a sticker club, in which they provide the printing and distribution of vinyl stickers for their network of artists at no cost to them. Pawn Works distributes the stickers through sticker machines located at places like Quimby's and North Coast Video - among many others.

Right now Pawn Works is presenting Remixed Remains by Brent Houzenga (featured above). They're located at 1050 N. Damen Ave in the Ukrainian Village. Gallery Hours: Thurs-Sat 12pm-6pm.

Megan






Gotta absolutely adore Megan!

Seen in the streets

Mia and Amelita





Mia and Amelita were about to enjoy breakfast at The Bongo Room, which serves THE BEST FRENCH TOAST EVER, I know that for a fact. If there's ever a better french toast than that the world would explode.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Kyle



TOMORROW!

Labrabbit Optics will be celebrating its first anniversary tomorrow from 6 to 10 PM. Really worth checking out, since its owner - Coyote - really knows how to throw a party. Plus all frames will have a 30% discount. See you there!

Thank you, ASOS!

The online shop ASOS invited a few bloggers to check their new arrivals a couple of weeks ago. Besides showing us a good time - and some great clothes - they gave us a much appreciated gift card, which I used to buy the dress above.

See more about ASOS in Chicago at Blonde Bedhead.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Keiko




This and the next 3 posts were shot at The Vintage Bazaar last Sunday.

Emma


Anna






Jezebel




Jezebel's post at The Vintage Bazaar last year was one of my favorites.

* Sorry to all the gorgeous girls whose pics I didn't post, many of my shots kinda sucked. Next time!

Woody and Lauren





Chicago Uniform Project


One of my favorite fashion sites used to be The Uniform Project, in which the super creative Sheena Matheiken wore the very same little black dress for a whole year, styling a completely different look every day. With this project she ended up rasing $100,000 for her charity.

Now Chicago has its own fashion philanthropist, Sarah Braunstein. During this month she's been wearing the same dress in all possible ways. Her goal was to raise $5,000 for Connections for Abused Women and their Children (CAWC.org) - which she already did. Check out her site and help her in any way you can, either by donating money or accessories so that she can she make her dress and project more fabulous each day.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Mariangelix





Check out Mariangelix blog here.

This and the next 6 posts were shot at Renegade Craft Fair last Sunday.