Tibi Katia Faille Full Skirt: Wear this skirt to work with a bright boxy J.W. Anderson top, classic black jacket, two tone Tibi Anouk heel, and Victoria Beckham frames. Wear it this weekend with a striped Alexander Wang tank, Band of Outsiders knit, Vans slip ons, and a emerald bag.
The final artist in our collaboration with @60” is Moroccan born, Miriam Cabessa, who currently lives and works out of her studio in Brooklyn. She’s well-known for her physical style of painting – rather than using the traditional brush, Cabessa utilizes her hands and other objects to create abstract pieces that are a record of her movement. Cabessa’s artwork is in the permanent collections of the Israel Museum, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the National Museum of Women in the Arts and Hafia Museum of Modern Art.
Resort 2015 Collection Preview: The Tibi Resort 2015 collection re-imagines uniform work-wear into feminine silhouettes, with the buy-now-wear-now spirit. Inspired by the sailor uniform, the collection’s plaited sweaters, classic coats, and wide-leg slouchy trousers showcase some of the most defining elements of the classic mariner look: stripes, mariner knots, gritty tattoo-inspired prints, toggles, roping and metal grommets. This season’s palette focuses on black, white, navy and tan highlighted with saturated hues of cerulean blue and underwater green.
In this ode to the sailor, Tibi celebrates a way of life articulated through the re-interpretation of a uniform, one that is functional and wearable and underpinned by a distinct aesthetic identity.
Available November 2014
The second artist selected in the Tibi x @60” Collaboration is Vincent Edmond Louis, who currently resides in London. Always looking to push the boundaries of traditional photography, Vincent manipulates his images through paint, proportion, or text in attempts to add another dimension. An avid traveler, Vincent continues to be inspired by new frontiers and different cultures. He has exhibited all over the world, including New York, Paris, New Delhi, Monaco, and Mumbai, and his work is in many prestigious private collections.