NYFW Feature: Steven Tibaudo

With New York Fashion Week officially under way (some of which I’m covering for John Simon Daily and Haute Diary – you can pop over there to see my reviews, or follow me on Twitter and Instagram to see what madness I’m in the midst of), I think it’s only appropriate that I introduce to you a stylish, fashionable, up-and-coming designer, and new friend of mine: Steven Tibaudo. You may have seen his work – I included it as part of my summer Friday outfit, here.

The Steven Tibaudo collection is stylish, to be sure, but each style is imbued with a personality that speaks to a broad range of men. Each style is, after all, named after a man. Are these all of your ex-boyfriends,, Steven is often asked. If only his exes were so privileged! He clears up the misconception with a fun blog section of his website – a place of fantasy where he describes, through imagined happenstance, how he might have met Oscar, or Dustin, both men quirky and ambitious enough to have a style named after them.

Oscar
Dustin
Craig
Ben
Adan

All of Steven’s bow ties are pre-tied and sourced from fabric found in Manhattan’s Garment District – so they add some flair while being practical and supporting local business. Classy, fun, and a little flamboyant, the Steven Tibaudo line has something for everyone.

Like what you see? View (and buy!) the rest of the Steven Tibaudo collection over at StevenTibaudo.com.

Happy Fashion Week! xox

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One Response to NYFW Feature: Steven Tibaudo

  1. Deborah says:

    Great Blog!!! Beautiful, Well Made and Sophisticated Product!

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