CHICAGO — It’s hard to tell which was the biggest crowd pleaser at Marshall Field’s Glamorama: the hour-long, high-energy fashion show complete with lip-synching, dancing models and the unusual collection of celebrities ranging from Pamela Anderson to Cris Judd, or the almost seven-foot fountain of drizzling chocolate tempting attendees at the after party.

All in all, the evening lived up to its hype as one of the must-see fashion events in the city, attracting 3,200 people to the fashion show and nearly 2,000 to the after party. The festivities raised about $300,000 for the Art Institute of Chicago.

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