The Brazilian women of the Bahia and artist Beatriz Milhazes served as Tia Cibani's latest muses.
— September 10, 2015
The designer delved into the work of Scottish artist Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh in her romantic fall collection.
— February 11, 2015
Evoking the secessionist art movement — particularly Gustav Klimt and his muses — the pre-fall lineup demonstrated Cibani’s knack for exotic textures.
— January 12, 2015
Tia Cibani said she looked to “1970s exoticism and North African Tuareg craft” for a collection that was a sartorial souk.
— September 4, 2014
Inspired by the North African coastline and Brazilian ceremonial dress, Tia Cibani’s resort collection resulted in an eclectic aesthetic.
— June 6, 2014
It was an earthy, eclectic look, this season seemingly influenced by traditional Turkish garb and all the exotic textures.
— February 5, 2014
Forties film noir provided the starting point for Cibani’s collection, but the designer had a second impulse after a recent trip to Mexico.
— September 4, 2013
A Twenties Man Ray photograph of Peggy Guggenheim was the starting point for the designer.
— February 6, 2013
Two years after the designer left Ports 1961 (now in the hands of her sister, Fiona), she’s launching her own collection for spring.
— September 5, 2012