Fashion's Night Out 2012 In Chicago

Fashion’s Night Out At Guess Chicago

Fashion’s Night Out celebrations spread throughout Chicago on September 6th, and Second City Style’s Editors were there to hit several of the hottest shopping spots along Michigan Avenue and Oak Street.

Ali Larter at the 900 North Michigan Shops

There was a great party at the 900 North Michigan Shops for FNO. Ali Larter was the celebrity host for the event. The VIP lounge had a great mix of the most fashionable Chicago socialites. Fall trends were brought to life in a fashion show styled by Chicago stylist, Eric Himel. Top trend that were presented were oxblood red, embroidery, colored fur, booties with heels and leather everything!
Mixology at Intermix
Fall trend shopping at Intermix
Intermix celebrated Fashion’s Night Out with a shopping event featuring yummy Tequila Avion drinks mixed by Hubbard Inn. There was also a DJ playing top 40 hits. Chicago Lash Lounge was doing makeup touch-ups and lash applications. Some fall trends that were seen in the store were printed pants, leather, fur, oxblood red and chunky sweaters.
The Shops at North Bridge 520 North Michigan Party
Interior Design Settings at The Shops At Northbridge
Saks Fifth Avenue Chicago Entrance – Hosted by Splash Magazine
Manicure Stations At Saks


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Neiman Marcus Chicago models outside the store for Fashion’s Night Out
Nieman Marcus Models
James Townsend and Moneka Bahadur at Neiman Marcus
Fashion Show at Neiman Marcus Chicago on Fashion’s Night Out
Fashion’s Night Out at Macy’s Water Tower Place
Free Beauty Makeovers at Macy’s
DJ at Topshop
Free Nail Art At Topshop
Chic Shoppers at Topshop
Moncler on Oak Street Celebrated Fashion’s Night Out with drinks and light refreshments
Second City Style Editor Lindsay had to shop at Moncler
The Denim Lounge On Oak Street offered free hemming while you wait on Fashion’s Night Out
– Jade Brown, Linsday Grundy, Katie Schmitz, and Carmen Turner Photos: Second City Style  

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