Classic and contemporary. Masculine and feminine. These are just a few words to describe the Brooklyn-based stylist, Tiffani Williams. Thanks to her polarizing style, Tiffani has the unique ability to combine different looks to create art through fashion.
A creative and free spirit, Tiffani has always had a flair for fashion. The New York native was born and raised in a Jamaican family. With a socialite for a grandmother, Tiffani saw the matriarch of her family express herself through fashion. Tiffani earned a degree from Clark Atlanta University and after trying on a number of careers, she started her fashion career in Atlanta as the assistant to the main editor of Women’s Wear Daily (WWD), the authority for breaking news and business coverage of the fashion industry.
As Tiffani’s career grew, her visions were seen on celebrities such as Taraji P. Henson, Monique, Howard Stern, Derek Luke, Babyface, Ghostface, Jamie Hector, Cam Newton and Iman.
Though Tiffani’s career was thriving in Atlanta, she returned to New York where her styling career could be focused more on the beauty and stories of the clothes, rather than the person wearing them. In addition to high-end styling, Tiffani used her ability to tell stories through clothes when styling for films and helping tell the narrative through wardrobe.
Since returning to New York, Tiffani client roster has grown to include Under Armour, Amazon, Target, Aramis Menswear, Lord & Taylor, Macy’s and more.