Patric Chauvez Bio

Patric Chauvez was born in the British Crown colony of Belize and remembers in his early teens being an avid reader of Connoisseur Magazine where he developed his love of beautiful things. From the beginning, he loved to read about Jacqueline de Ribes and the fashion of Ungaro and Yves St. Laurent. Patric came to Chicago in 1984 and attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he studied fashion and art history. His first job out of art school was dressing mannequins in the Couture department for Neiman Marcus. In the early 1990's Patric began to style fashion shows for Christian Lacroix and Christian Dior ready-to-wear and Haute Couture under the direction of Gianfranco Ferre. His career as a stylist assistant began upon his return to Chicago and the rest is pure history.

Patric is a regular contributor to the Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine section and has created styles for Oprah, Toni Braxton and the opera singer, Renee Fleming. With his 15 years of experience in the industry, Patric has developed a reputation of being cordial and charming to work with. His true love of beautiful clothes contributes to his deep appreciation of designer fashion, but Patric chooses to save his favorites for special occasions. "My approach is from an unbiased point of view...since I don't live in it every day."

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