Chicago Chefs Dress Up for Haberdash Look Book

Local chefs/mixologists trade aprons for high-fashion Haberdash looks.

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Moshpix: Some of Chicago's top chefs and mixologists traded in their aprons for spiffier duds in the just-relased Haberdash Spring/Summer 2012 look book called "No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service." (View look book) Chefs such as David Blonsky (pictured) of Public House participated in the culinary sartorial project which also includes one of their signature recipes. The "models" were in the house for the unveiling of the book, along with fans of the chefs and their concoctions. Photos courtesy Donna Binbek Photography.
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Chef Richie Farina of MOTO restaurant
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Chef Curtis Duffy of Grace restaurant
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Matt Eisler, Partner at Trencherman
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Chef Martial Noguier of Bistronomic
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Paul McGee, Lettuce Entertain You chief mixologist.
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Donnie Madia, co-owner of Publican Quality Meats
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Merlin Verrier, Chief of Operations at Graham Elliot restaurant
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Chef Dale Levitsky of Frog n Snail and Sprout restaurants
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Craig Cooper, partner/beverage director at Pops for Champagne.
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