By Martin Waitt, May 23rd, 2013
Photography by Leriam Gonzalez
Photographer: Jeric Pio Agustin
By Marisa Steinberg, June 27th, 2012
By Barie-Claire Rogers, April 9th, 2012
The Pantone Color Institute named tangerine the “it” color of 2012 and the juicy shade is the perfect way to say hello to spring. The color is a bright orange with red undertones which translates beautifully into both clothing and accessories. Wear it from head to toe as a bold statement or just try a tangerine accessory for a bright pop of color.
By Martin Waitt, April 5th, 2012
In honor of Earth Day happening this month. We here at CITYist were inspired to go green in our own way. Make a statement this season by sporting pieces in lush shades of emerald or neon green. It will make everyone around you more envious of your style. Check out some of our favorite green items for spring.
By Eva Medoff, May 7th, 2010
Boots are one of the greatest perks of fall—when you get to armor up and face the elements in bold designs that ooze carefree tomboy confidence. This spring, designers have decided that an increase in temperature doesn’t have to mean a decrease in style. Whether through cooler colors like creams and whites or greater openings that allow your feet to breath, Rag & Bone, Alexander Wang and LD Tuttle have ingeniously incorporated the boot into the summer wardrobe with boot-inspired sandals and heels as well as classic takes.
In a smart twist of events, Rag & Bone has procured a series of photographs that, shockingly, aren’t overtly part of an ad campaign. Shot by Brooklyn-based photographer Mark Borthwick, the photos are a kaleidoscopic sunshine-filled dream complete with flowers, frolicking figures and girls lounging in the grass that may or may not resemble an acid trip, or at least a very pleasant picnic. Also featured, of course, are Rag & Bone’s spring clothes, styled by Vanessa Reid and looking quite at home amidst a background of beautiful bodies and beautiful scenery. See more after the jump—or stop by the Soho store sometime over the next three months to check them out in person.
By Eva Medoff, March 31st, 2010