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By Lisa Arnett | March 27, 2008
THU 3/27 Boot camp Australian company UGG has outfitted plenty of local feet with their ubiquitous furry boots, but did you know they had stuff for warmer seasons? Check out the brand's spring collection at the 20 Looks Fashion Show featuring UGG Australia, including beach dresses, swim cover-ups, sandals and hats. While you're there, enter to win a $100 UGG gift certificate and a necklace by local designer Abigail Nowodzelski, whose jewelry also is featured. Includes free-flowing Pommery Pop champagne.
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By Michelle Crowe | November 19, 2003
There is nothing we love more this time of year than a great sweater. Fair Isle patterns seem to have momentarily edged out stripes as the festive pre-holiday knitwear of choice, which makes sense given the current popularity of UGG Australia boots and other elements of apres-ski style. Fair Isle sweaters can be picked up for a reasonable price at Gap stores or you can splurge on luxe versions at Ralph Lauren. Both companies also can provide insight into keeping the look "cool girl 2003"...
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October 8, 2009
Her fashion philosophy: "I definitely think you should stay true to yourself because fashion is all about self-expression. If you're going to follow trends, make it your own." Where she shops: American Eagle, Urban Outfitters, Forever 21, thrift stores, department store clearance racks. Trend she is happy to see go away: "Ugg boots -- not my favorite trend. It seems so unconventional, and some people are just going along with it because everyone else is." Fall must-have item: "Probably a...
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By Wendy Navratil | October 27, 2002
If you could swear you saw Tipper Gore or Elizabeth Hurley breezing down the street last week, your eyes weren't necessarily playing tricks on you. It was a big week for big names in style-related events. First off, "Vogue Takes Chicago" brought in Gore and designer Nicole Miller last Tuesday for a luncheon and fashion show to kick off a series of events that showcased brands that win the magazine's approval. Here's a brief list: Frette, the bed linens shop on Oak Street; Nars cosmetics (the event...
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May 15, 2009
Celebrities have undressed for photo shoots and movie roles. And many boast those aren't the only times they get naked. RedEye ranks the stars who show the most skin to the ones who swear to cover up.. Exhibitionist: "Oh yeah, bro, I love playing drums naked. Who doesn't like comfort and music?" -- Matthew McConaughey in Feb. 2008 issue of Playboy Stripped: "A big whole year, we just celebrated our first anniversary and on Sundays we just do everything in the house and we're just cozy and laid-back, we...
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By Brittany Edwards, The Dallas Morning News | August 10, 2005
For many women, shoe shopping is a hobby. But for Irving, Texas, resident Adriann Jones, finding fashionable footwear to fit her size-11 feet is a chore. So, although she has an electrical engineering degree, worked for NASA as an astronaut instructor and has done marketing for several telecom companies, the 37-year-old has taken her smarts into the fashion industry to fill a void that she's battled all her life: shoes for women with feet that aren't average size. "When I was a...
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By Sandra M. Jones, TRIBUNE REPORTER | October 17, 2008
Crocs Inc. opened its first Midwest flagship this week at the Palmer House hotel on State Street in the Loop as part of a yearlong effort to convince shoppers that it is more than a one-hit wonder. The maker of the crayon-colored, perforated, rubbery clogs began opening its own stores last year just as sales began to slow. The Palmer House flagship, Crocs' eighth free-standing store in the U.S., showcases an array of Crocs merchandise that isn't commonly associated with the faddish brand.
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By Wendy Donahue, Lara Weber, Fauzia Arain, Nara Schoenberg, Joe Gray and Judy Hevrdejs | January 3, 2010
Just one fatal flaw -- a ripped lining, an outdated shoulder pad -- can banish once-loved garments to the back of closets, where they languish, left for dead, for years. Sometimes decades. There's a reason you held onto that special something. And you can rekindle the flame. It's time to apply the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra to your wardrobe. It might require a few dollars and a few minutes for a few small repairs. But once that lost treasure returns to your arms, you'll wonder why you waited so long.
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By Nikki Usher. NIKKI USHER IS A REDEYE SPECIAL CONTRIBUTOR | May 20, 2004
When I applied for a Starbucks Duetto Visa card recently, I started to worry. After all, I drive a bright blue Jetta. And I routinely dye my hair at least six shades darker than its original color. I live in an uppity neighborhood with a boutique nail bar, just two blocks from a boutique hair salon, next to a gourmet grocery store. On a telephone pole near my house, there's a sign for a missing chocolate Lab named Rocco. Slowly but surely, I've been racking up points on the Lincoln...