Tiffany Brown NYFW Fall/Winter 22 Collection: “Brown”
Designer Tiffany Brown kicked off Black History Month with a collection that celebrates Black women. The collection entitled “Brown” debuted at Slate NYC (aka that bar with the cool slide).
In true Tiffany Brown fashion, the collection was a perfectly curated monochrome moment. On Saturday morning, the breathtakingly stunning models walked the venue showing off the garments in various shades of brown.
About The Designer
Tiffany Brown, an Atlanta native is a Ph.D. and HBCU graduate from Clack Atlanta University, Spelman College, and last but certainly not least, Harvard. Tiffany has a reputation for her impeccable fashion sense. With her own boutique and namesake brand which is carried in dozens of international stores, Tiffany has made a name for herself in the fashion world.
According to NYFW.com, Tiffany Brown LTD started in 2008 in Midtown Atlanta as a small boutique. The company was later re-branded as Tiffany Brown Designs in 2013. Since relaunching, the brand created both men and women’s clothing, which the runway collection exhibited masterfully.
The Brown Collection
Gracing the runway with models of many different sizes and backgrounds, the “Brown” collection featured 24 looks. The collection offers skillfully constructed pieces for both men and women.
Additionally, the garments show different shades and tones of brown hence the title of the collection, “Brown.” The runway show was a swirl of garments in tan, mocha, rich chocolate, red-brown and more. The color of the pieces and styling of this runway show was curated as a celebration of Black Women.
This collection comprises a wide range of fabrics and materials too. The fabrics used for the collection included leather, furs, cotton blends, suede, and even tulle.
Tiffany Brown Designs
The brand prides itself on offering customers a place to find one-of-a-kind pieces. Each garment is unique to both the brand and the global marketplace.
TBD has created a space to celebrate both Black designers and consumers. In addition to sharing size-inclusive, unique couture.