CHI CITY FASHION LOVES SIR & MADAME...

RECENTLY WE SAT DOWN (AT OUR COMPUTERS) FOR AN INTERVIEW WITH JENA OF CHI CITY FASHION. TAKE A GANDER BELOW AS WE TALK ABOUT OUR LOVE FOR CHICAGO AND MORE...

 

Why Chicago?

This is where we are from, Chicago is our home. This is the city that Brian and I were both raised in and the city that we want to build up creatively. After graduating from college in DC I knew 2 things — I wanted to contribute to the creative community and continue my relationship with Brian, all in Chicago.

Over the past 10 years we have witnessed so much growth within the art, fashion and music communities…it truly is amazing. Chicago is a city that for so long was overlooked with limited resources in the fashion & retail industries, so to be instrumental in that shift is important to us. We also have an amazing network here that allows us to fully support one another and put in motion meaningful collaborations.

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STYLIN' ON 'EM.

A few weeks ago we collaborated with a few other artists to create some Spring looks that would invoke the (hopefully) forthcoming Spring weather. Working with them was an absolute blast; now we just need the weather to get on board! Check us out below and click on the pictures for more details!

Model: @mskianaalexis

Makeup: @andreasamuelsmakeup

Hair: @deedesalu

Nails: @spifster

Photography: @10photos

  On Model: Sir & Madame Split Back Shirt in denim, vintage jacket, Sir & Madame Pins, Tanner Goods belt, Cheap Monday Leggins

 

On Model: Sir & Madame Split Back Shirt in denim, vintage jacket, Sir & Madame Pins, Tanner Goods belt, Cheap Monday Leggins

  On model: Sir & Madame Woven Shirt in white, vintage coat and bracelet. 

 

On model: Sir & Madame Woven Shirt in white, vintage coat and bracelet. 

  On model: Sir & Madame Woven Shirt in white, vintage coat and bracelet. 

 

On model: Sir & Madame Woven Shirt in white, vintage coat and bracelet. 

The Collab+oration Theory: Joe & Terrell on Originality

 

Process > product

They say collaboration rules the nation.

The process of collaboration will always be greater than the byproduct of collaboration.

Understanding the complexities of this process, we teamed with Square 56 to highlight provocative partners and their respective journeys as they creative collaboratively via a series of 1 minute videos. 

First up, Joe Fresh Goods and Terrell of Fat Tiger Works speak on Originality. 

Extended Version 

@joefreshgoods @kingrello @fattigerworks www.fattigerworkshop.com

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Style Is...Deadstock Dave

Style Is...Deadstock Dave

How do you define Chicago Style? How is it reflected in your personal style, if at all?

Chicago style is different than every other city,region or whatever. I'm a firm believer that we inspire the world. I think we take a blend of streetwear and luxury/contemporary fashion and makes it look awesome. Whereas to me personally, some other cities styles just look like they’re trying way too hard or didn’t try hard enough lol.

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