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This Lookbook/Cookbook Hybrid Features Chi-Town Chefs As Models!

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    This is Chicago. We have to put our own spin on everything, especially when it comes to fashion. How could we possibly make a menswear lookbook uniquely our own? Infuse it with the culinary passion we're known for, of course! Haberdash, the local menswear store you can rely on for head-to-toe dapper dressing, is releasing its latest lookbook full of spring fashion for men, this Thursday April 26. Get this: Instead of models, the lookbook will feature ten of Chicago's most well-known gents in the food and wine industry. Better still, the lookbook includes recipes from each one, making this one style guide you'll rely on again and again, and for much more than outfit inspiration. Stop by this Thursday to secure your copy of the lookbook, and sip free Omeca Alta tequila while you're at it. Want a sneak peek? Click through for fresh spring styles from Haberdash.

    When: Thursday, April 26 from 6 to 9 p.m.
    Where: Haberdash, 607 & 611 North State Street, in the adjoining courtyard
    RSVP: events@zapwater.com

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