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Exclusive First Look at the Layout of the Chicago Sidewalk Sale

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Earlier today we obtained from Chicago Office of Tourism and Culture the layout for the highly anticipated 5th Annual Chicago Sidewalk Sale. We thought you might be interested, so we've got it for you. It is the insider's guide on how to navigate the event and find your favorite local designers and neighborhood boutiques.

The two-day shopping event will be held on Tuesday, July 19 and Wednesday, July 20 from 9 am to 3 pm at Daley Plaza, 50 W. Washington St.. Download the diagram (PDF)

With close to 40 participants showcasing hats and handbags to shirts and shoes to ties and tees; the Chicago Sidewalk Sale will offer head-to-toe Chicago looks for anyone and everyone. In addition to the shopping, a summer-inspired runway show will take place at 12 pm on both days featuring the latest styles from the participating fashion talent.

· Sandra Adams and her textile art apparel line The Nature of Things ($80-$400)
· Sharon Boucher and her line of eponymous classic blouses ($100-$200)
· Sherri Bourdage and her contemporary jewelry line Bourdage Pearls ($18-$500)
· Brandon Breaux and his t-shirt brand Ends/ Wealth Corp. ($20-$35)
· Rachel Brooks with contemporary men’s accessories line The Style Cooperative ($20-$115)
· Tiffany Bullock with South Loop footwear boutique House of Sole ($35-100)
· Brynn Capella and her namesake Italian leather and fabric handbags ($20-$400)
· Jessica Constable and her creative jewelry line Jess LC ($18-$120)
· Brooke Costello and her line of accessories created from recycled neckties, Tongue Tied ($20-$168)
· Kate Coxworth and her tailored women’s wear line Kate Boggiano ($16-$350)
· Leah Fagan and her style and sustainable women’s apparel line Alidade ($75-$130)
· Julia Failey and her eponymous line of eco-friendly and reclaimed jewelry ($50-$450)
· Aaron Firestein and Raaja Nemani's socially conscious and limited edition footwear line, BucketFeet ($60-$75)
· Lynne Barnett with upscale Lincoln Park apparel and accessories boutique Panache ($10-$500)
· Kirsten Goede and her sparkle-filled jewelry line Objets d’Envy ($25-$350)
· Tracey Glibowski with the Lakeview boutique dedicated to local fashion, Cerato ($45-$385)
· Michelle and Melissa Gomez with Wicker Park’s one-stop-shop M.GO Fashion ($25-$89)
· Julie Grabowski with contemporary accessories boutique Eulita ($5-$150)
· Anna Hovet and her namesake contemporary women’s wear line ($25-$179)
· Katie Johansson and her handcrafted jewelry line Dollybird Designs ($25-$300)
· Eun Hee Kim and her children’s apparel and accessories line Sam and Coop ($25-$50)
· Claudia Kleiner with her trendy Bucktown and Block 37 boutique Malabar Collection ($40-$350)
· Marco Lopez with hand printed tees and accessories from Black Market Caviar ($10-$50)
· Priscilla Lopez and her active wear line Peachy Tan ($5-$25)
· Christy Lucius and her handmade sterling silver jewelry line Lucius Jewelry ($25-$150)
· Annie Mauhopt and her locally made eco-friendly sandal line Mohop ($142-$188)
· Agnes Miles and her vintage inspired accessories line Love, Lulu Mae ($45-$400)
· Thomas Mui and his line of locally inspired tee shirts Tom & John’s Chocolate Factory ($25-$30)
· Jenny Pfanenstiel and her one-of-a-kind hats line Forme Millinery ($30-$150)
· Law Roach with Pilsen’s pre-eminent vintage fashion boutique Deliciously Vintage ($12-$200)
· Andrew Rueve with his unique milliefiorri jewelry line She Beads ($25-$250)
· Lisa Schaefer and her eco-friendly handbag line whether bags ($42-$130)
· Jules Schwanbeck and her hand fabricated artisan jewelry line jules. ($50-$450)
· Greg Shugar and his handmade silk, wool and cotton necktie line The Tie Bar ($15-20)
· Susanne Siegel and her namesake travel inspired jewelry line ($50-$500)
· Michelle Tan with her eponymous deconstruction and detailed women’s clothing line ($29 to $500)
· Lesley Timpe with her carefully crafted clothing and hat line Squasht by Les ($28-$148)
· Helen Tsatos and her vintage inspired jewelry line Rock Candy by Helen ($15-$300)
· Lidia Wachowska and her playful yet classic women’s wear line Evil Kitty ($22-$350)
· Chicago Fashion Resource [Official Site]

Chicago Sidewalk Sale

118 N Clark Street, Chicago IL