In 2012, you were never fully dressed without an assymetrical hemline—or with your cheeky shorts.
This fall, fashion forwardness meets comfortable frump.
Bivou-what? It’s an ephemeral encampment, the furniture you lounge upon, and a new exhibit at the MCA.
Thanks to two U of C alums you can shop at home in other people’s homes for your fashion favorites.
Artist embraces huge concepts on small canvases in the DePaul Art Museum.
One person’s trash is another person’s trench coat.
Cool art galleries to check out this summer.
What to wear at Summer Breeze this weekend. (Anything you want, really…)
Steep Theatre’s production of ‘The Receptionist’ is a well-acted, though uneven play.
The worst fashion statement from the ’80s is making a (surprisingly) trendy comeback.
New technology brings artistic remnants at the Oriental Institute to life.
“This Will Have Been: Art, Love, and Politics in the 1980s” explores the darker side of a decade.
MODA show was a success, despite some awkward walks and hastily-sewn designs.
Madonna’s halftime show was a glitzy, ultimately forgettable spectacle.
Court Theatre’s ‘Invisible Man,’ successfully captures the spirit of Ellison’s novel.