Meet Tibi, The Fash Pack-Approved Label You’re Going To Love

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  • Tibi is one of the coolest designers to know, and here's just a few reasons why we're loving the label...

    Tibi is not a new brand to know, nor is it doing anything particularly out-there, but what it does do so very well is create unbelievably chic investment buys, that you didn’t know you needed, but definitely now can’t live without. Naturally, with such an offering, Tibi has quickly caught the fashion world’s attention. So here’s what you need to know…
    Created by Amy Smilovic, the high-end label focuses on laid-back separates and timeless pieces in elegant cuts and luxurious fabrics. Alongside their achingly cool NYFW show, you’ll see some of their ultra-wearable pieces stocked on Net-a-Porter and Matches Fashion, as well as lining the rails in some of the world’s most exclusive department stores.

    Expect to find trend-led prints that feel modern without being too statement. Vibrant shades that so cleverly lift your wardrobe, without feeling too punchy, and more workwear separates than you could ever need (or wear).
    So it makes perfect sense that the brand has been picked up by some of the sassiest street stylers. Caroline Issa, Yasmin Sewell and Leandra Medine are all regularly seen championing Tibi wares, while celebrity fans include Poppy Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse.

    And if you’re in the market for a new piece, we’re calling the suede wrap-style skirt the must-have piece from the new collection, but it wasn’t an easy decision to make. Look closely and you’ll discover plenty of pieces worth blowing the new-season budget for. Runners-up include the two-tone wool blend coat, the asymmetric leather midi skirt, and one of the power players both now, and last season has to be that off-the-shoulder bow sleeve top – re-worked for autumn in a chic navy hue, perfect for pairing with all your new season staples.
    Prices start from around £240 for a chunky knit, with a wool coat coming in at around the £900 mark.


    It’s a fash-pack favourite, it’s guaranteed to re-charge your wardrobe, and we think it’s well worth a look. Click through (above) to see our favourite Tibi pieces…

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