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Bonnie & Clyde's Hideout; Rotofugi Could Have Been Foo Manchew; Perchance Doing Kids; More!

And now the latest from Racked Chicago, covering everything you need to know about the city's shopping, style, and retail from the sidewalks up...

LINCOLN PARK - The store Rotofugi was named after the store sidekick Fugi, the half beagle half shih tzu mix you always see sitting in the window. Turns out he was named after a mountain called Fuji, not a mustache called fu manchu.

GOLD COAST - Bonnie & Clyde's has officially moved to a secret local with an awesome view. We can't tell you the location but we can show you the photos.

LOOP - Designer on the scene Bibhu Mohapatra was in Chicago this week to show his collections at Neiman Marcus and the W Hotel City Center. We chat with the designer about his Bollywood influences, inspirations and dream vacations.

LINCOLN PARK - Perchance Boutique has just opened Perchance Kids. As always with Perchance, it is a charming story and adds a ton of pint-sized character to the Perchance family of stores.