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This weekend, if you need another place to shop stylishly, you can do so among a community comprised of thousands of tastemakers, vintage enthusiasts, and stylists at this weekend's Randolph Street Market, Modern Vintage. As the most anticipated edition of the season, Modern Vintage fuses together forward contemporary design and classic vintage fashion all under one roof.
The weekend's focus is on spring jewelry and fashion from brands like Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Halston Hermès from the 1920s to the 1990s as well as lesser-known and no-label clothing and accessories. And if you're feeling frisky on Friday, there's a pre-party from 6-8PM at which intelligent style and retail personalities [this Editor included] will be styling a models for runway show. Other highlights for the weekend include stylings by Redgi Woods and a talk by Nena Ivon, and of course cocktails. Tickets are 20 and 25 and if you're a guy who comes with another guy, admission is two-for-one.
· Modern Vintage Chicago [Randolph Street Market]