Guess The (Male) Hospitality Guru In This Fall Lookbook

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    It's no secret that we love a good lookbook. Between the fabulous fashion and the overall visual appeal, you could say it's like an adult picture book. Local menswear boutique Haberdash agrees, but instead of choosing random models to showcase its wares, the brand tapped into some of Chicago's top chefs and hospitality talent. Familiar names such as Rob Katz and Kevin Boehm (The BOKA Group), Arturo Gomez (Rockit, Sunda, Dragon Ranch), chef Anthony Martin (Tru), chef Tony Mantuano (Spiaggia, Bar Toma, Terzo Piano), Benjamin Newby (Drumbar), and Danny Shapiro (Scofflaw), among others, grace the glossy pages, sporting the latest fall clothing and accessories from Haberdash.

    Cool, right? We thought so. Meet the full lineup of guys at the Haberdash fall lookbook party taking place on Friday, October 5, at Haberdash from 6 to 8 p.m. This event is FREE and includes copious food and drink tastings, and a copy of the spread. You could say this lookbook is also a cookbook. Try your hand at one of the tasty recipes provided by each of the chefs. Fun weekend activity, no?

    While you'll have to wait until Friday to see the full book (including who is wearing what), click through to preview a few of the pieces.

    What: Haberdash Fall Lookbook Launch Party
    When: Friday, October 5 from 6 to 8 p.m.
    Where: Haberdash, 607 North State Street (at Ohio Street); 312-624-8551.
    Tickets: Free and open to the public.


    Photo: Courtesy of Jack Edinger

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