Out on the Town

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I finally rolled out of bed at ten o’clock this morning.  Blisters on my feet and clothes strung across the floor are always signs of a fantastic week at Jo Chicago.  This week’s hob knobbing included i4 design magazine’s annual suite 16 at Tzar, Concierge Confidential hosted at Branca with Gilt City and the CS Spring Fashion Event at the new Audi dealership.

As a fan of the New York City Housewives on Bravo, typically I can’t get enough of New York’s upper crust prima donnas.  So when I heard about Michael Fazio’s new book “Concierge Confidential”, I couldn’t wait to stand in line with my pinot grigio in tow while the author feverishly signed books last Thursday. The book unleashes delicious dirt on the rich and famous through the keyhole view of New York City’s top concierge.  The event was hosted at Branca with Gilt City.

The CS Spring Fashion Show was hosted at the new Audi dealership.  Matthew Lew was kind enough to donate fashion inspired artwork and pose with us in Shutter’s Booth.  Proceeds from the raffle went to the Service Club of Chicago.

i4 design magazine’s annual suite 16 hosted at Tzar, designed by previous suite 16 winner, Aimee Wertepny. The room was elbow to elbow and filled with Chicago’s newest design talent.  After a good night’s sleep I can’t help but wonder, “what’s on tap for next week”?



About jochicagonewswire

Jo Chicago (www.jochicago.com) is a full-service marketing communications firm with a strong track record in providing communications and publicity results that target strategic and business goals. We focus our practice on life and lifestyle—from architecture to the arts, dining to design. We thrive on staying connected and take pride in the high visibility we generate on behalf of clients across all media platforms. We excel in strategy development and help to streamline existing programs to create clear and concise messaging for bigger impact.
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