3rd to 6th of February
222 MerchandiseMart Plaza, 7th floor market suites, Chicago, il 60654
Over 400incredible exhibitors represent hundreds of the finest brands in men’s classic and contemporary apparel, accessories & footwear, making Chicago Collective truly a one-stop shop.
AMERICAN VINTAGE / HARTFORD / JAGVI / SERGE BLANCO
HARTFORD: By blending european influences with a relaxed, west coast aesthetic, the label soon became a cult brand on both sides of the atlantic. it is not surprising that bruce springsteen and eric clapton quickly became fans …
JAGVI: Based in Paris in the heart of Saint Germain des Près, JAGVI. Rive Gauche is a sustainable and contemporary men’s fashion brand born in 2012. On a premium segment. Meaning me and us in Swedish (2 co-founders, French Pierre-Yves and Swedish Christine), the brand claims an eco-designed and eco-friendly approach through the choice of its fabrics and its local manufacturing in France and Portugal (thus limiting our carbon footprint). Our style is contemporary, minimalist and eclectic too.
SERGE BLANCO: The SERGE BLANCO Autumn/Winter 2024 collection was designed in the Italian countryside of Tuscany and inspired by the prevailing colors of autumn: orange, old yellow and olive green. It boasts more noble materials, and focuses on comfort, with elasticated knit pants and woven fabrics. Layering clothes are once again the dominant trend for this year: overshirts, sleeveless cardigans and jackets. The urban influence is back in the spotlight, with blazers in a variety of materials: tweed, velvet, glen plaid. This trend also applies to footwear, with a range even more varied than before. The Autumn/Winter 24 collection introduces sportswear denim with the PLAY line. SERGE BLANCO PLAY further expanded its sportswear line, with an added touch of winter ideal for after skiing sessions, with warm knitted and bi-material sweaters, as well as fleece pullovers.And the PLAY SKI collection is back for a second season, with garments designed to combine technical features and stylish looks, both on and off the slopes.