TIFFANI M. WILLIAMS | FASHION & WARDROBE STYLIST
Whether classic or contemporary...masculine or feminine, Brooklyn-based stylist, Tiffani Williams has the unique ability to combine different looks to create art through fashion.
A creative and visual free spirit, Tiffani has always had a flair and interest for style from a young age. The New York native, with a stylish socialite for a grandmother, grew up witnessing the matriarch of her family express herself through fashion.
Tiffani received her first experience in the fashion world as the first assistant to the fashion editor of Women’s Wear Daily (Atlanta & Chicago), the authority for breaking news and business coverage of the fashion industry.
As her career prospered as a stylist, Tiffani's visions were seen on celebrities such as Precious Lee, Bomani Jones, Gwen Bunn, Gary Vee, Howard Stern, Taraji P. Henson, Cam Newton, Derek Luke, Babyface, Jamie Hector, Ato Essandoh, Lion Babe and others.
Her client roster also includes various brands and companies to include: Adidas, Nike, Hulu, HBO Max, ZenDesk, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Tuft & Needle, IMG Models, Todd Snyder, Brooklyn Circus, AMI COLÉ Cosmetics, Nude Barre, Simple Feast, Shea Moisture, Ghetto Gastro, Remy Martin, Amazon Fresh, Universal Music Group, Hennessy, Refinery29, Amazon, Hugo Boss, Lord & Taylor, Macy's, Pfizer, Perrier, Overland Arts...
Production companies she's works with include: Bright Young Things, Caravan Club, Get It Productions, Off-Site Works, Superdoom, N.W.P Nicole Watson, Rida Chin, Very Rare Productions, Lola Productions, Penelope Studios, Eventure, Matador Productions, Danny Sanchez Productions, Cycle Media, 24/7 Laundry Service, 42 West PR...
Tiffani's work has also been featured in publications and at events such as Met Gala, Harper's Bazaar (Bulgaria & Brazil), GQ (Asia & Middle East), Design Scene, Ladygunn Magazine, Paper Magazine, Wave Magazine, Traffic, Fantastics, Monrowe, Creem, and Schön.
"I love working in situations where the clothing is the hero. When working with models they are a blank slate. The clothing allows the story to take form." - Tiffani M. Williams