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Nathan Kirkman
When Natalie Barber opened this sleek store in March 2006, she wanted to pay homage to the artistic roots of her Bucktown neighborhood. "We strive to find fresh, undiscovered talent," she says, "styles that mix vintage elements with modern influences, feminine looks with an edge." Barber's keen eye has made this contemporary space—with its black wood floors and ethereal forest-print wallpaper—an indispensable find for the city's stylish residents, who stock up on dresses from Lewis Cho and Foley + Corinna, along with up-and-coming names like Richard Ruiz and Vanessa Barrantes. 1537 N. Milwaukee Ave., 773-772-5744, shoplanguage.com

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