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Michigan Avenue - 2017 - Issue 4 - Fall - LauraLinney

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The SOURCE: STYLE THE CORE METHOD Founded by Pilates instructor Lily Horowitz in 1998, this fitness boutique has become a North Shore go-to for those who wish to strengthen, tone, and transform the body, with a particular focus on core development for a "total body experience." 300 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook, 847-682-7661; DR. YATES LIFESTYLE MED William Yates, MD, provides treatments as wide-ranging as minimally invasive permanent hair restoration and stem cell therapy to slow the effects of aging (and, soon to come, organic facials, eyelash extensions, injectables, and laser facial rejuvenation). 213 N. Stetson Ave.; 565 Lakeview Pkwy., Ste. 108, Vernon Hills, 312-261-0872; LEAH CHAVIE SKINCARE BOUTIQUE In her intimate spa and adjacent boutique, noted skincare professional Leah Chavie offers a range of treatments and services for men, women, and teens, from detoxifying body wraps and signature facials to acne treatments, stem cell therapy, and hair removal. 2457 N. Halsted St., 773-327-7051; MARIO TRICOCI With a staff of expert aestheticians, renowned hair guru Mario Tricoci's beauty destinations are glamorous one-stop shops for makeup, hair, and luxe spa treatments. INSIDER TIP: The newly expanded 900 North Michigan Shops location boasts a second-floor loft space perfect for bridal parties and group events. 900 North Michigan Shops; 284 Oakbrook Center, Oak Brook; 499 Old Orchard Center, Skokie, 847-202- 1900; NOMI SPA One of the city's most luxurious hotels, the Park Hyatt boasts a spa to match. The seventh-floor getaway tempts with treatments such as custom massages and polishes, as well as the exclusive PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF SAKS FIFTH AVENUE 156  MICHIGANAVEMAG.COM Hydra-Facial, which exfoliates, rehydrates, and nourishes the skin. 800 N. Michigan Ave., Seventh Fl., 312-335-1234; SEPHORA Technology and makeup merge at this cosmetics behemoth's expansive flagship on Michigan Avenue, which features the debut of the Beauty TIP (Teach, Inspire, Play) Workshop, offering group classes, tutorials galore, and an online retail gallery called the Beauty Board. INSIDER TIP: Discover the exclusive- to-Chicago fragrance studio where customers can explore favorite scents and receive a custom fragrance consultation. 605 N. Michigan Ave., 312-649-9343; SPA AT DANA The first spa in the city to offer cryo- facial technology, this forward- thinking River North wellness desti- nation, in the Dana Hotel, features a broad range of services, from citrus mimosa mani-pedis to waxing, Swedish and hot stone massages, and even a 24k-gold facial. 660 N. State ‒ Secret Source ‒ DOUG MOSS WHO: Vice president and general manager, Saks Fifth Avenue (700 N. Michigan Ave., 312-944-6500; HOME 'HOOD: "Park Ridge—it has a small-town feeling, and it's a great place to raise a family." GO-TO SPOT: "Travelle Kitchen + Bar (330 N. Wabash Ave., 312-923-7705; I'm obsessed with one of their classic cocktails, the Vesper." HIDDEN GEM: "Wicker Park, because of the eclectic crowd. It's Chicago society at its best." ARCHITECTURAL INSPO: "The view from the windows at Sophie's restaurant, on the seventh floor of Saks Fifth Avenue (700 N. Michigan Ave., 312-525- 3400;" PLANS FOR FALL: "Enjoying my daughter as she begins her junior year of high school—and getting ready for holiday retail season." IDEAL NIGHT ON THE TOWN: "It always starts with friends." FAVE FALL TRENDS: "Business dress with a slight edge, beautiful made-to-measure, colors such as red and orange, and textures." St., 312-202-6040; ULTA BEAUTY Stock up on cosmetics essentials from hundreds of top-shelf brands at this billion-dollar Chicago-based beauty standby. 430 N. Michigan Ave., 312-527-9045; 1107 S. Delano Ct. E., 312-583-0554; 16 S. Halsted St., 312-243-0411; 1000 W. North Ave., 312-664-0230; 1300 N. Ashland Ave., 773-227-7615; 3015 N. Clark St., 773-348-7315; 5228 S. Lake Park Ave., 773-947-9066; HEALTH & WELLNESS IVME Calling itself "the anti-ER experience," this spalike clinic practices hydration therapy in the form of intravenously administered fluids and vitamins to help alleviate myriad ailments, from the common hangover to the common cold, jet lag, and sinusitis, as well as to maximize athletic performance. 1347 N. Wells St., 312-350-1822; NEW SHIFT This River North-based practice takes a dramatically different approach to health care, with teams of doctors, coaches, nutritionists, and recovery specialists to help patients regain health and take control of their own lives. 750 N. Orleans, Ste. 101, 312-566-4210; SHIRLEY RYAN ABILITYLAB Formerly the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, this pioneering medical facility is one of the world's leading authorities on rehabilitation research and practice. The new $550 million, 1.2 million-square-foot Shirley Ryan AbilityLab is the first- ever "translational" research hospital, in which clinicians, scientists, innova- tors, and technologists work together in the same space, 24/7, attending to patients, discovering new approaches, and quickly "translating" research into practical therapies. 345 E. Superior St., 312-238-1000;

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