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2014 - Issue 1 - Winter

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SHOP CHICAGO Laid-Back Luxe HEAT UP YOUR WINTER WARDROBE AT THESE TOP SPOTS FOR CASUAL-CHIC FASHION FROM BONOBOS CEO AND CHICAGO NATIVE ANDY DUNN. A s the CEO and founder of Bonobos, Andy Dunn knows a thing or two about style. In the past year he launched the Maide label of men's golf gear, and now the 34-year-old west suburban native is making headlines with new online-focused womenswear initiative AYR ( Says Dunn, "I saw an opportunity similar to Bonobos in addressing a really busy female consumer with a new aesthetic and product." When Dunn makes return trips to Chicago, you'll find him at the Bonobos Guide Shop (845 W. Armitage Ave., 773-697-4910; checking out his inventory as well as at these, his favorite destinations for finding the luxuriously laid-back staples that typify his casual style. Nordstrom Ralph Lauren "For blazers, a great option for multiple brands is Nordstrom. It's my go-to store for casual cool pieces." The Shops at North Bridge, 55 E. Grand Ave., 312-464-1515; "For vintage-inspired sweaters, the best brand of the best is RRL by Ralph Lauren. Their soft feel and instant comfort are irresistible in the winter." 750 N. Michigan Ave., 312-280-1655; Wayne duffle bag, Jack Spade ($550). Trunk Club "I go straight to Trunk Club for personalized service. These guys know Chicago men's style across multiple brands as well as anyone." 325 W. Ohio St., 312-266-8700; Paul Smith "The socks here are not just about the color and print, but the adherence to your leg, the weight, and the durability. Head to Barneys, and they'll get you squared away." 88 Barneys New York, 15 E. Oak St., 312-587-1700; Jack Spade "Their Wayne Duffle is the best leather item I have ever owned. I take it on any trip that's less than a week long." 47 E. Oak St., 312-915-0315; Clark Street Sports "I still have season tickets at Wrigley, so I make an annual pilgrimage to Clark Street Sports, across the street from the field, for a Cubs sweatshirt. Add a mai tai from that little bar in the corner of the stadium, and you'll be warmed up in no time." 3650 N. Clark St., 773-831-4026; MA MICHIGANAVEMAG.COM 088_MA_SS_ShopChicago_Winter_14.indd 88 1/10/14 4:01 PM

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