Michigan Avenue Magazine

Haberdash Lookbook Honors Fare & Fashion

The most talented and comely men in Chicago's dining and nightlife business model new looks.

April 23, 2012  By Elle Eichinger

Lookbook launches for fashion lines are nothing new, but finely curated company Haberdash is revealing its latest looks with a delicious twist this Thursday, April 26 from 6–8 PM. In the book, Haberdash inadvertently gives the term “tastemakers” a whole new meaning—the brand has outfitted the city’s top chefs, restaurateurs, and mixologists in chic menswear. Pieces from LBM1911, the New England Shirt Co., Gitman Vintage, Alden, Grenson, and more are set to appear in the aptly titled work, No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service.

The book’s ten culinary masters, including the likes of Lettuce Entertain You chief mixologist Paul McGee, Public House chef David Blonsky, and Grace chef Curtis Duffy, each also provided an exclusive recipe to be printed alongside their looks. When the book premieres this week, guests can mingle with the hospitality experts turned haute models, enjoy tequila cocktails from Olmeca Altos, pick up a copy of the book, and, of course, shop the looks. To attend, RSVP to events@zapwater.com607 & 611 N. State St. (and adjoining courtyard), 312-624-8551

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