Style Syndicate NYC 2.0 Fashion Digest


Sign-up for free to be in the know of new content, giveaways & more.

I agree to have my personal information transfered to MailChimp ( more information )

I will never give away, trade or sell your email address. You can unsubscribe at any time.


“Vintage Trends In A Millennial Reality”..

by Iroska1 on April 2019

Style Syndicate NYC 2.0 and NPTSTUDIO take a look at one of Downtown Brooklyn’s prominent vintage boutiques, CATCISTA’S, located at 414 Marcus Garvey Brooklyn, New York. In the heart of Bed Stuy we take a moment with Erica one of the boutiques owner to talk shop, fashion and what the future holds for them.

What made you want to open up a vintage store? What’s old becomes new again. Extensive knowledge in the history of fashion and fabrication fuels my passion for all things vintage

Can you tell our readers about yourself and the boutique? I’m 39 years old raised in Bed Stuy Brooklyn. Since a young child I’ve always had a sense for style that developed from my mother, father, and grandparents. Both my grandmother’s were fashionistas and my great grandmother on my moms side was a master seamstress. My mother is retired from federated Macy’s where she worked as a visual merchandiser for fifteen years. Upon retirement 13 years ago my mother decided to open a boutique in honor of her sister Cat. Of course she solicited the help of her daughter and together Catcista’s was opened.

How would you describe your boutique’s fashion style? Vintage and Modern clothing shoes and handmade accessories for the woman who creates the box and lives outside of it.

How would you describe your style? I create looks. My style is a vibe. I’m inspired by my mood. I beat to my own drum.

How did you get started in the fashion industry? In 2007 I obtained my degree in FDSM from FIT afterwards I worked in the industry as a published stylist for print and video, product development and assistant design in NYC. I interned at Fendi north america and hit the ground running.

What are your influences or inspirations for the latest vintage trends? Old movies, period plays etc….
What were some challenges in opening your vintage shop? Staying ahead of the trends and relating that in store with the merchandize selections but we rise to the occasion every season.

What are the future endeavours for Catcista? We are launching an online storefront named STARDUST AND COCOA featuring men, kids and women’s vintage, modern and handmade clothing, as well accessories and home accents.

Style Syndicate NYC 2.0 looks forward to CATCISTA’S new launch, more clothes and to a successful future. Check out their ig @catcista and Support your local businesses.

PRODUCTION: Style Syndicate NYC 2.0

PHOTOGRAPHY: @redeyrisfilms

WARDROBE: Catcistas @catcistas
414 Marcus Garvey
Brooklyn , New York

MODELS: @nikkiphillip iroska1_stylesyndicatenyc2.0 @treyanasimone_

MAKEUP: @nptstudio

Giselle Campos or better known as Giselle Lelux online is a fashion blogger, writer, designer and influencer. With the help of Robert Guida, Giselle transformed RG Magazine to not only inspire up-incoming artists but to also showcase and put in the best light all of the amazing talent coming out of New York City, Los Angeles, San Diego and more. Giselle has experiencing launching many brands and loves being able to bring her passion for everything art and fashion forward with Rg Magazine when she is not blogging in her City Fashion Blog or Instagram.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Next Post


Sign up for our Newsletter
Get the latest from RG.
We respect your privacy.