WINDY CITY TIMES
||Men's fashion awards Sept. 12
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The Costume Council of the Chicago History Museum will celebrate the most stylish men in Chicago at the third annual Chicago Men's Fashion Awards on Wed., Sept. 12, 5-8 p.m., at Room & Board, 55 E. Ohio St.
The co-hosts will be celebrity stylist Eric Himel and Chicago journalist Darlene Hill.
The Art Deco-inspired evening will feature an awards presentation honoring Chicago's best-dressed men, which the Costume Council chose from nominations submitted across the city. Ten nominees will be formally recognized for their dedication to fashion and individual style. Three of the city's best-dressed men will receive the evening's highest honors: awards named after fashion designers whose work is represented in the museum's costume collection.
Individual tickets are $75; visit ChicagoHistory.org/event/chicagomensfashionawards .
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