“I am no longer concerned with sensation and innovation, but with the perfection of my style.” - Yves Saint Laurent
Ruled by escapism and inspired by Yves Saint Laurent 1969 Safari collection we manage to take a break from the city life and venture into unknown territories keeping us in touch with our basic human instinct - to explore and seek out new experiences.
When Givenchy SS 15' hit the catwalk with its version of this sexy yet classic laced-up bodysuit we knew instantly it was love at first sight, making this a MUST-HAVE addition to our fall 15' style picks.
As it made it's way to our collection, it most definitely had no problem making some friends along the way like Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens, then hitting up the blogosphere with trend-setters, Chiara Ferragniand Sidney Fashion Blogger and not to mention it's debut cover with top models like Miranda Kerr and Joanne Smalls.
Months later, in the search for what we said was to be the perfect cocktail mix of class and sexy we find the right balance between rough and femininity. Unlike your typical body-suit, this piece reveals just the right amount of skin.
Under the daylight or moonlight, this bodysuit can me worn. Pair it up with black high waisted trousers or a pencil skirt for an evening look. Looking for a more casual ensemble? Wear it with ripped high waisted denim shorts or your classic pair of jeans. Classy and sexy is what we try to achieve in every outfit and this voguish piece does the job. It is an all-around item that can be worn whenever and wherever, making it the ultimate addition to any city girls closet.
With out a doubt this seasons collection we look to statement coats, soft suede, and crisp lines in neutral colors while lace-up closures and utility elements are essential details to our everyday style hacks.
And let's not forget about our prints, nothing is complete in the safari without a print.
So join us today in the safari and discover your style before it's too late.
"Whoever said that money can't buy happiness, simply didn't know where to go shopping." —Bo Derek