Men's orange woven leather wallet, Bottega Veneta ($200).
Men's beige croc short boots, Gucci ($660).
Men's black jacquard blazer, Versace ($350).
Decades founder Cameron Silver and Decades co-owner Christos Garkinos attend the Dukes Of Melrose premiere.
This weekend, Christos Garkinos and Cameron Silver bring their famous Hollywood consignment shop, Decades, to Chicago for a two-day pop-up. The trunk show will be hosted once again by 900 North Michigan Shops’ space519, but this time it adds designer menswear to the usual finely curated womenswear, accessories, and shoes. A portion of Saturday’s proceeds will benefit the Chicago History Museum’s Costume Council.
With a personally curated seasonal selection from Garkinos and Decades’ inventory as a whole culled from celebrities and other Hollywood elite, the show is sure to be a treasure trove of luxury pieces. Look for one-of-a-kind vintage spring styles from designers such as Balenciaga, Burberry, Chanel, and Chloe, and Christian Louboutins in Sunday’s famous $150 shoe sale. For the first-time menswear offerings, the duo pulled travel bags, wallets, shoes, and clothing from designers like Gucci.
Garkinos and Silver have said they love bringing Decades’ designer duds to the Windy City—this is their sixth Chicago pop-up—but this time around they have even more to celebrate. On March 6, the duo’s docu-series, Dukes of Melrose, debuted on Bravo. The trunk show’s hours are Saturday, March 16, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday, March 17, 12-6 p.m. 900 N. Michigan Ave., 312-751-1519