May 13, 2014
Ivey Abitz has released its 2014 Summer collection of bespoke clothing for women. It features a modern layered look with edwardian overtones in natural fabrics ranging from florals to plaids.
Jan 31, 2013
Clothing design label Ivey Abitz unveiled its first collection of 2013 in a look book of original watercolor paintings inspired by the loyalty of dogs and cats.
Dec 05, 2012
Clothing designer Ivey Abitz has unveiled eleven new designs in a holiday collection of women's clothing centered around luxurious brocades and silhouettes that hint of a corset-less Edwardian era.
Mar 17, 2011
Designer Cynthia Ivey Abitz has unveiled her long awaited line of wedding and bridal apparel. The 14 bridal ensembles will give brides, bridesmaids, and mothers of the bride and groom a vintage inspired look of elegant simplicity.
Nov 09, 2010
In an industry filled with expensive runway shows and extravagant fashion photo shoots, vintage inspired designer Cynthia Ivey Abitz has gone back to the drawing board by showing her latest clothing collection through a series of paintings.
Jan 28, 2010
The look book is the designer's most extensive collection to-date, showing 40 ensembles in 43 fabrics.
Jun 11, 2009
Muted hues over black and white bring nostalgia to women’s clothing designs from Ivey Abitz this summer. The New York based designer label debuted its newest looks this week, revealing an ethereal aesthetic with a lightness ideal for summer.
Feb 11, 2009
You can save the economy--and your conscience--by buying US-made designer clothing. Heightened sensitivity during this recession has people switching to domestic labels that will stand the test of time.
May 19, 2008
This summer, Ivey Abitz makes vintage-inspired designs practical by incorporating present-day features like a gadget pocket for mobile mp3 and phone devices. A website movie narrated by the designer sets the mood for this light, nostalgic collection.
Mar 04, 2008
Garment design company Ivey Abitz is turning the fashion concept upside-down by designing made-to-order garments for individuals rather than ready-made for the masses, giving customers a more intimate relationship with their garments.