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SHIPPING AND RETURNS ARE ON US - MORE DETAILS

Chicago

West Loop


West Loop

Holiday Hours 

 Christmas Eve 11 AM - 4 PM

Christmas Day CLOSED 

New Years Eve 11 AM - 4 PM 

 

Address
United States 821 West Fulton Market Unit 1
Chicago IL, 60607
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Hours
  • Sun 11:00 AM—5:00 PM
    Mon 11:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Tue 11:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Wed 11:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Thu 11:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Fri 11:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Sat 11:00 AM—6:00 PM
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1 844 548 6223
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  • West Loop
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Welcome to Chicago’s West Loop, the home of high energy. The area once known for its meat markets and industrial warehouses has since developed into an entrepreneurial hub. The massive transformation means the neighbourhood boasts some of the city’s top restaurants and bars. We have made fast friends with our food-loving community and cannot wait to introduce our Technical Cashmere™ to the rest of the West Loop. We look forward to meeting you and we are so happy to be here.


-Kimberly Stablein, Showroom Director

 ARTIST ON THE WALL 

CLAY MAHN

 

Meet the Neighbours

  • Au Cheval

    Au Cheval

    800 W Randolph Street


    Consistently voted the best burger in the city (some boldly claim the country), where a single is actually a double and a double is a triple.

  • Harvest Juicery

    Harvest Juicery

    1012 W Lake Street


    Too many margaritas last night? Stop in to grab a fresh pressed juice or to schedule a cleanse at this West Loop juice bar. Feel good and do good for your body at this local spot.

  • Cowshed Spa

    Cowshed Spa

    113 N Green Street


    Tucked inside of the Soho House, this British-styled spa is the perfect getaway for a rejuvenating escape or relaxing full-body message. The spa also boasts some of the best mani-pedis and haircuts.

  • Museum of Contemporary Art

    Museum of Contemporary Art

    220 E Chicago Avenue


    Located in Chicago’s Streeterville neighbourhood it is one of the largest postwar contemporary muesums in the country. The MCA has hosted rotating exhibitions from Frida Kahlo to Jeff Koons. It is free on Tuesdays for Illinois residents.

  • Kavi Gupta

    Kavi Gupta

    219 N Elizabeth Street


    Kavi Gupta’s Chicago gallery was the first in the network of contemporary galleries and is the largest commercial gallery in Chicago. Check out their bookstore, Editions, for a curated selection of publications and rare literary finds.

  • High Five Ramen

    High Five Ramen

    112 N Green Street


    This 16 seat Ramen “speakeasy” sits tucked below Green Street Smoked Meats restaurant. Look for the handprint on the door and head down the stairs to a delicious bowl of noodle heaven.

  • Little Goat

    Little Goat

    820 W Randolph Street


    Famed Chef Stephanie Izard’s second restaurant brings a quirky take on good ol’ fashioned diner food with modern twists on retro classic dishes. The menu allows you to be as classic or daring as you choose to be. Go for the Goat Burger Korean Style — your taste buds will thank you for it.

  • Swift and Sons

    Swift and Sons

    1000 W Fulton Market Street


    Located within the new Google headquarters, Swift & Sons reimagines the American steakhouse for the modern diner. The dining space mirrors 20th century design with a modern twist, and peeks of the building’s original architecture take you back in time to the epicenter of Chicago’s meatpacking district.

  • Sawada Coffee

    Sawada Coffee

    112 N Green Street


    Named after latte art champion, Hiroshi Sawada, this coffee shop boasts a drink menu as impressive as its namesake’s background. Their signature drink, the military latte, is a shop-favorite — matcha green tea, vanilla syrup, espresso, and cocoa powder.

  • Booze Box

    Booze Box

    823 W Randolph Street


    Head down the alleyway and through the backdoor. This cozy “boxed” in eatery, located underneath parent restaurant Sushi Dokku, serves small dishes inspired by Japanese street food and cold sake on tap. A rotation of independent DJ’s spin vinyl at the bar, setting an edgy mood for the space.

  • The Allis

    The Allis

    113-125 N Green Street


    Located in the lobby of Chicago’s Soho House this is the spot to see and be seen. Relax in their cozy armchairs and enjoy our favourite, the Eastern Standard, in a part of the member’s only club that is open to the public.

  • Brooklyn Boulders

    Brooklyn Boulders

    100 S Morgan Street


    Combining a rock climbing space and offices may seem like opposing concepts, but the masterminds behind Brooklyn Boulders, Chicago’s first full-service rock climbing gym with a collaborative workspace, mastered it. Stop by for a climb or simply to hang out!

  • Chicago French Market

    Chicago French Market

    131 N Clinton Street


    With nearly 30 local speciality vendors, the French Market offers fresh home-cooking ingredients, grab-and-go options for all times of day, and gift ideas conveniently all in one location. Pick up a box of Vanille Patisserie’s macarons in a variety of modern flavours, you won’t regret it.

  • Garfield Park Conservatory

    Garfield Park Conservatory

    300 N Central Park Avenue


    One of the nation’s premier conservatories with six multi-faceted greenhouses and two grand exhibition halls, this city treasure is sure to tackle any Chicago weather blues, and brighten the mood.

  • Chicago Architecture Foundation Boat Tour

    Chicago Architecture Foundation Boat Tour

    224 S Michigan Avenue


    The views from the river and the educational aspects are incredible and make this tour worth the 90 minutes. And did we mention there is a bar on board?

  • Museum of Contemporary Art

    Museum of Contemporary Art

    220 East Chicago Avenue


    Located in Chicago’s Streeterville neighbourhood it is one of the largest postwar contemporary museums in the country. The MCA has hosted rotating exhibitions from Frida Kahlo to Jeff Koons. It is free on Tuesdays for Illinois residents.

  • The Art Institute of Chicago

    The Art Institute of Chicago

    111 S Michigan Avenue


    Home to American Gothic and a handful of Monets, the AIC is one of the most visited museums in the world. It is a must-see for tourists and locals alike!

  • Billy Reid

    Billy Reid

    845 W Randolph Street


    Self-described as “Southern-bred luxury,” this apparel shop is your go-to spot for unique classics. The space’s reclaimed architecture and antiques reflect Billy Reid’s warm personality and aesthetic, so you’ll walk in for the designer clothing and stay for the homey feel.

  • Foxtrot

    Foxtrot

    1019 W Lake Street


    A corner store for the Uber generation, this cozy local grocer offers a full-service coffee bar, grab-and-go lunches, and unique last-minute gift options. No time to stop in the store? They offer delivery from their app in under an hour to get you what you need, when you need it.

  • Morlen Sinoway Atelier

    Morlen Sinoway Atelier

    1052 W Fulton Market Street


    Does your living room need a dose of "je ne sais quoi?" Look no further. Featuring exclusively original pieces, Morlen Sinoway is the perfect place to score that special something.

  • Rider For Life

    Rider For Life

    1115 W Lake Street


    Walk into this wonderland of inspiration and find exactly what you never knew you’ve been searching for. From home décor, to apothecary, to apparel, this shop will unleash your inner creative and stylize all realms of your life.