THE ALLIANCE OF ICONIC DESIGN
WITH ENGINEERING. [+]
WATERPROOF, SHOCKPROOF AND NOW
A COLLECTION OF GARMENTS
MADE TO EXPLORE THE CITY
IN STYLE. [+]
IN MAJOR CITIES
elegance is in details
At Inventive Citi
functional design is placed at the heart
of our collections
We have paid particular attention to featuring refined, practical details and attempted to give a timeless quality to our garments allowing them to elegantly sidestep the vagaries of seasonal fashion and become indispensable, iconic pieces of your wardrobe
Inventive Citi garments are made
to the highest standards and feature
both luxurious and ‘performance’ oriented fabrics
Conceived and designed in France the collection is made in atelier workshops in Europe. Our technical fabrics are tested to the most demanding standards, our cashmere comes directly from the Loro Piana mill in Biella Italy. Our two-wheel protections are provided by the D3O laboratories and our bullet proof composite armour by Protecop.
It’s up to you.
An Inventive Citi garment
is adaptable to your personal and individual lifestyle,
ensuring that nothing stands in the way of your freedom of choice
Whether getting around the city by foot or on two wheels, in high temperatures, caught in a sudden deluge or confronting Siberian style cold. Be it in Paris, Los Angeles or Oslo, our garments help you face the hazards of urban living without sacrificing elegance.
The café features an aqua blue palette paying homage to the sea-side locale which is renowned as one of the most beautiful beaches of Hong-Kong while the rustic timber flooring and the modern lightning opposed themselves for the coolest effect. The designers have opened up the storefront to create a welcoming space that invites beach-goers to come in.
Maybe you already drove a Ferrari Enzo. Most of us only dream of it.
Ken Okuyama is the designer responsible for this perfection of a car. The Japanese also worked for Porsche and in collaboration with luxury watch manufacturer Tag Heuer
The ‘New Republic’ exhibition at Brooklyn Museum, NY presents the INVENTIVE work of Kehinde Wiley which we discovered thanks to rapper and producer Swizz Beatz’s Instagram account
Known as the Midland Bank in 1935 the building has now been revamped to become ‘a fun, witty and a little bit of a naughty go-to place: the sexiest hotel in Europe’, No less.
The Museum of the Moving Image in New York has organized a major exhibition exploring the creative process behind it, proving how inventive everyone had been through the years, both in front of the camera and behind the lens.
After years in the kitchens of Michelin-starred restaurants and luxury hotels, Chef Javier Morón wanted to create his own exciting place and was quick to embark on the new trend of people hosting casual and clandestine dinners.