Spring Fling

Spring Fling

Spring has finally sprung! So what better way to celebrate than with a new suit? Bespoke, no less? Here’s Kyle Cunningham in his spiffy new blue ensemble custom made by Christopher Schafer, who’s standing next to him in the latter’s shop in Harbor East. A dashing duo.

Meanwhile, over in Hampden at Ma Petite Shoe, Glenn Bennett is modeling some of the new shoes in Katy Perry’s Hav’ana Good Time line.

They’re red, white, and black racing car flats. See the little racing car lines? Yes, technically they’re for women, but no reason why the guys can’t also have some fun.

Speaking of shoes, Julie Folie was sporting some pretty fab ones by Naughty Monkey. Here’s a close-up.

And here she is with her husband Tim Foley at a performance of Travis Wahl’s “Shaping Sound” at the Hippodrome.

Finally, looking adorable at Bar Vasquez the other night was Kyra Howell, whose entire ensemble, she said, came from Ross, proving yet again that you don’t have to spend a bundle to look chic.

Lisa Simeone

Lisa Simeone has been observing, buying, and drooling over fashion ever since she can remember. She’s the daughter of a tailor yet can’t sew a stitch, though she did learn from her father about line, fit, and fine workmanship. Lisa began buying vintage long before the days of eBay and Etsy, back when there were still brick-and-mortar stores, and can still be brought to rapture over the sight of a 1930s Schiaparelli, a 1940s Lilli Ann, a 1950s Suzy Perette, or anything by Christian Dior. Her taste in modern designers runs from Chanel to Marchesa to Dolce & Gabbana to Valentino, none of which she can afford. But hey, a gal can dream! Lisa is known for her work on radio - local and national - for over 30 years, hosting Weekend All Things Considered, Weekend Edition Sunday, Performance Today, Soundprint, the Metropolitan Opera, and countless live specials. She currently hosts World of Opera and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Broadcast Series. She has also written on fashion, design, architecture, history, and the arts for Style Magazine, Urbanite, City Paper, and the Baltimore Sun. In her bi-weekly column, see the stylistas Lisa spots around Baltimore, and what about each caught her stylish eye!