Join us in celebrating the culmination of our seventh annual design program for teens, FashioNext
! The year’s competition features the work of talented Chicago-area teens inspired by Making Mainbocher: The First American Couturier
with special help from acclaimed young adult author Laura Ruby. Vote for your favorite look while enjoying mocktails and a red carpet photo op. The event concludes with the announcement of the winners in each category.
When & Where
Wednesday, April 266:00 PM
Recommended Shows (12)
Radicalism and Reaction Trolley Tour
Explore places significant to twentieth-century Chicago radicals with CHM historian Peter T Alter.
Chicago Flag 100th Anniversary
RSVP for free drink ticket. Must be 21+. First come first serve. While supplies last. RSVP does not include museum admission. Museum admission is also required and can be purchased online in advance or at the door.
General Admission to the museum includes all permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Above the City Train Tour
Explore the historic buildings and back porches of the North Side Brown Line on the city's most picturesque L line.
Old Town Walking Tour
Step into the Old Town Triangle, where each structure has a story, from elaborate Queen Anne-style homes to balloon-frame cottages to the iconic St. Michael's Church.
Chicago's on Fire Tour
Follow the Great Chicago Fire's path of destruction with historian Al Walavich.
Gold Coast RUNning Tour
Savor the stories of early Chicago's rich and famous residents.
Prohibition by the Barrel
Discover the story of Chicago's Prohibition with Paul Durica. Must be 21+
Playboy Walking Tour
The men's magazine that propelled the sexual revolution was first published in Chicago in 1953.
The Old-Time Saloon Pre-Prohibition Drinking Culture in Chicago
Visit modern exemplars of old-time saloons with Northwesternprofessor and writer Bill Savage and discover how Chicagoans of all walks of life partook in the city’s drinking culture.
Pilsen Murals Walking Tour
Walk through Pilsen and get the larger meaning behind the artwork in Chicago’s capital of Mexican culture.
Exhibition Preview: Spies, Traitors and Saboteurs
Join us for an exclusive preview of Spies, Traitors, and Saboteurs, which invites us to consider how America strikes a balance between security and freedom in the twenty-first century. As you take in the exhibition, keep an eye out for Chicago-based content such as the Weathermen and the "Days of Rage."