By Martin Waitt, May 17th, 2013
Here at CITYist we are huge fans of the classic Federico Fellini movie La Dolce Vita. It would be amazing to spend the summer in Rome or the Italian countryside riding a bicycle down the cobble stone streets or shopping in the open air markets. But alas, the best we can do is dress the part. We have selected some great pieces that will have you looking like an extra from any of Fellini’s masterpieces. Check them out!
By Christine Tran, March 13th, 2012
Whether you’re planning to vacation in the desert, make a trip to your local beach or explore the backyard of your very own urban jungle, spring’s new fashion trend can help you stay stylish and cool on all your escapist adventures. Read our take on spring’s Safari Jacket and check out some of our favorite looks for men.
By Mackenzie Gavel, April 12th, 2011
A little glitz never hurt anybody, which seems to have been the general thought when Shoroak designed their collection of bags for the Spring/Summer 2011 Collection. These chic accessories are designed in beautiful leather with Swarovski crystal and metal sequins detailing. The bags boast of funk and flair and are small enough to pair with a cute, flowing dress without serving to overpower the main outfit.
By Mackenzie Gavel, February 15th, 2011
Well, preview images from her Spring/Summer Lookbook shocked us with their brilliance. The sophisticated designs and overall look of the line screamed the look and feel of a seasoned professional–a title that most twenty-year-olds still strive to attain. Gabby Applegate, though only in her second season of design, is already turning heads for her innovative, chic lines of clothing.
By Marquita Harris, September 15th, 2010
Monday night, the Perry Ellis show featured a load of lovely lads clad in what can only be described as Mad Men in Monte Carlo. Or perhaps, Bermuda? Pops of coral and tangerine dominated the collection, while pale hues of blue and lime added a more subtle kick. With this collection, Creative Director John Crocco and his team made a loud and clear statement: that navy, khaki and gray aren’t the only colors that should be found amongst men’s wardrobes.
By Tiffany Yannetta, September 14th, 2010
If there’s anyone who knows exactly how to design a womenswear collection that’s on the cusp of current trends, while also managing to be effortlessly easy and sexy for any and every woman, it’s Elise Øverland. As expected, her recent SS11 show hit that mark, and the designer yet again found the perfect balance between the two opposing worlds of sexy and sophisticated (see the above sheer blouse, topped off with a crisp collar, as well as short-short mini dresses with long, full sleeves as proof). For SS11, Øverland reiterates that sometimes womenswear is just best done by a woman. Take a peek for yourself