Everything old is new again to Camp Wandawega captains Tereasa Surratt and David Hernandez.
"I love having things that others had before me," says Ogilvy & Mather creative director and partner Tereasa Surratt, who on a recent balmy Friday afternoon is wearing a vintage coin-print Lanvin dress, a 1961 men's Rolex, and a ring that once belonged to husband David Hernandez's grandfather.
Hernandez, executive creative director for Ogilvy & Mather, chimes in: "We both like saving old things-whether cars, or motorcycles, or buildings, or clothes."
A prime example of the couple's salvaging philosophy is Camp Wandawega, the Prohibition-era oasis they purchased in 2003.
Although weekdays find them in their West Town home, weekends see Surratt and Hernandez
at the Elkhorn, Wisconsin-based retreat they have worked to restore to its former glory.
"What's the wedding expression, 'Something old, something blue?'" says Hernandez
photography by bowen ross; The Storytellers: Tereasa and David
were photographed at Camp Wandawega; Tastemakers: Alayna and D.C. were photographed at Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse; AlAynA: clothing provided by AzeezA And jewelry by pomellAto; d.c.: suiting provided by bogA; hAir by giA At mAriAnne strokirk sAlon; mAkeup by troy At chAnel boutique; The Dapper Duo: Gary and Scott were photographed at Threewalls Gallery; The Connoisseurs: Thad and Emily Wong were photographed at The Legacy at Millennium Park; The Visionaries: Attila and Komal were photographed at Embeya; Gyulai: SuitinG provided by MorriS & SonS; patel: ClothinG provided by tel aviv Couture; hair and Makeup by daniel howell; The Cool Kids: Matt and Shannon were photographed at Dave's Records