9 posts tagged with Tibi

Confession time: I personally do not own a single pair of Louboutins, and I avoid any and all shoes with four-inch heels. That’s just not my style. If you feel similarly, then you will probably …

After seeing the full Gucci Spring 2014 Handbags collection, I instantly fell in love. However, like the our original review mentions, I also worried a bit about practicality. New York weather is not always in …

I love a full skirt. They’re the only kind of skirts I own, mostly because of their ability nip in an imaginary waist and create the illusion of hips on my mostly straight frame. They’re …

Want It Wednesday: Tibi, Ilia, J. McLaughlin, Beats

We made it! It’s hump day! Try not to get that GEICO camel’s hump day chant stuck in your head, but now that I’ve said it, that’s totally what’s going to happen, isn’t it? Sorry. …

Tibi is one of my absolute favorite brands, and each season I anxiously await the show to see what creative director Amy Smilovic has in store for us. Her aesthetic fits my everyday style so well that I would be happy, happy, happy to wear her clothes all day, every day.

The Tibi Fall 2013 show took place in a new venue and took us on a mod journey. With boxy sweaters, chic skirts and pants, this show was precisely what I’ve come to expect from Tibi without exactly feeling expected. Join us backstage and from the runway to see the Tibi Fall 2013 show.

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Tibi is a brand I cover during fashion week because I am flat-out obsessed with the brand and its designs. Amy Smilovic is probably one of the most down-to-earth designers I have ever met, and …

I so desperately want Tibi to start designing bags so I can talk about them non-stop on PurseBlog. This is one of my favorite brands whose designs are a complete match with my personal style. …

The gods and goddesses of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York were looking over me yesterday as I managed to bolt from the amazing Oscar de la Renta show (more to come this week) and make it in time to pop backstage at Tibi for a behind the scenes look before the show began. The majority of people never go to a fashion show, let alone get to see what goes on backstage, so let me set the mood for you with two words: crazy hectic.

This was my first season being backstage at multiple shows, and at first I felt like I was in the way. Then I learned that everyone backstage is used to functioning in an organized chaos, and adding one person with a camera phone is no big deal. I made my way through the area to find models in their first looks and was able to see finishing touches for hair and makeup.

From the hair and makeup to the clothing, simplicity was the overall theme. Hair was pulled back into low ponytails and tucked under, with wisps taken out to give a more free-flowing look. The makeup was intended to look everyday wearable, with brighter shadow and a classic, simple lip.

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