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Miami Beach artist & fashion photographer Aris Olay just released a set of eye-catching high-fashion iPhone cases featuring original artwork and photography shot for @FASHIFY Magazine.

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“I love art, technology, and fashion and I try to incorporate the three into every project I work on.” – Aris Olay

Aris first began taking his art and photography skills more serious in 2004. After graduating from Georgia Perimeter College with his communication degree he took on tutor job. As a photography & web design tutor for online students at Ashworth College, Aris would spend each day helping other aspiring photographers and creatives learn the skills they needed to achieve their dreams. “I was working a 40-hour a week job, answering up to 60 student emails a day. I saw what their goals were, and told myself I should be trying to achieve more for myself too.”

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In 2009, Aris moved from Atlanta to Miami Beach, FL. He set up shop in the FASHIFY office on Collins Avenue, and has been busy since producing creative work in the areas of web design, web development, fashion photography, and quite recently poetry. “As an artist I realized that I didn’t have to just focus my abilities in one medium.”

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A naked iPhone? We love our phones… They should be able to wear fashion items like us.

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These iPhone cases are currently available for sale on FASHIFY.com in both regular and autographed versions. Autographed cases are in very short supply, and many styles have already been sold out.

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♫ You are airborne… Browsing my feed just now when I noticed an update from the official Little Dragon Facebook page with a list of concert tour dates that here in the US. You can order tickets on their website http://nabumarubberband.com/

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The new Little Dragon album comes out May 13, 2014 and is available for pre-order.

We’re excited about the concert. Just trying to figure out whether to watch perform in Miami, FL on June 12, or watch them in Atlanta, GA on June 14.

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Ocho Rios , Jamaica

What a beautiful place filled with even more beautiful people welcoming you with open arms and tons of love. I really enjoyed my time on the island, but even more so my time in the “Straw Market” was the icing on the cake. As you all may or may not know I design and hand make beaded jewelry and I was on the hunt for local artists in hopes of inspiration for my own jewelry . Not only did I come across local jewelry designers and artist but I was beyond inspired by all the hand crafted jewelry made right in the straw market , some even custom made to order and personalized . I’m super excited to share my FIRST Jamaican experience with you so lets just jump right in!

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Ok! So after just a few minutes of strolling through the straw market I can come across this gentleman who was hard at work crafting jewelry but was nice of enough to stop and take a picture for the “Princess” ( in my best Jamaican accent) lol.

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His table was filled with handmade beaded necklaces , which is what caught my eye! I was surprised and thrilled to see that he uses some of the same beads as me. I really loved some of his turquoise pieces as well as the vibrant red chunky pieces , which I think are definitely statement pieces and PERFECT for spring and summer.

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Here is another local artist who also carried beaded jewelry as well .This artist in particular carried wooden beaded bracelets as well as onyx , and hematite beaded pieces , which I use in some of my work and is definitely one of my favorite style of bead.

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This particular hut was filled with an assortment beaded items. The work on this table really stood out to me. The unique style of mixing both wooden and onyx beads was very interesting . I hadn’t seen that before and thought it’s was very creative and definitely worth a picture.

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JAMAICA ! JAMAICA! Yea MON … Hand woven Jamaica bracelets and bamboo Lay necklaces with the country’s flag and/or colors filled the table of this vendor! These little keep sakes makes the perfect souvenir for a loved one or that special someone.

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“The Gem Cutter”

Tools and shells on deck, this kind gentleman hand makes each and every piece of jewelry displayed on his table out of shells found in the beautiful waters of Jamaica ! Everything from necklaces , rings , earrings , and personalized initials delicately cut with just a jewelry tool and scissors. The Ford gem store was for sure a source of inspiration .

Inspiration

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- The Gem Cutter

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Coffee anyone?

Just when I thought I had seen it all here comes the sweetest woman asking me to look at her work . At first glance I thought it was just another wooden necklace but nope … I asked what it was made of and to my surprise she said COFFEE BEANS! YEP … That’s right hand strung necklaces all made from coffee beans . Long story short I purchased 3 from her all for $2 bucks a piece, I would definitely consider this a a great find and top of my list for unique purchases.

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Soooo… I came across this little sexy number. Although I’ve seen these on the beaches of south fl during spring break ,I think that these “FOOT THONGS “are going to be a hit this spring and summer . So “Lose the shoes ” and get into a Foot Thong to accent your pedicure .

Collectables

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Last but certainly not least are these hand made braided bracelets . A few years back on one of my other vacations I began to collect these braided bracelet from each destination. I absolutely them ! I think they make for great souvenirs

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I wear my bracelets with almost everything , especially while vacationing . I will definitely be rocking them for a while … First stop is the pool.

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I really enjoyed my time in Ocho Rios it was certainly an experience like non other I’m sure I will be back to dive head first into the Jamaican culture sooner rather than later

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Until next time … ONE LOVE !

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Our very popular casting call post on Instagram yesterday featured handmade jewelry design from De’mure Jewelry. @DemureJewelry is a Miami-based fashion jewelry start-up looking for local models and talent to shoot photos in Miami & Miami Beach for Spring/Summer 2014. These photos will be used on the jewelry line’s website, blog, and social pages.

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Models will also be able to use the photos in their port. There are no major requirements for this opportunity, but that models are at least 18 years old. It is a MUST that the model has good skin and nice hands/nails, as the items being represented are bracelets, necklaces, and rings. Compensation: Non-Monetary, photo credit & tearsheets on published articles. Additional details will be sent by email* If interested please complete the form below:

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Shoes Dsire is also a social community where shoe lovers receive discounts and last-minute offers on shoes, share and discuss their favorite styles, and get news and tips on the latest in shoe fashion directly from their iPhone.

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Shopping Spree Giveaway Contest Ending Soon!

To celebrate their recent launch, the team at Shoes Dsire is giving all new users the chance to win in their $3,000 shoe shopping spree giveaway. The giveaway runs from January 22 to April 2, 2014, and each week 1 lucky new user will win a $300 shoe shopping spree. 10 winners, 10 weeks. Simply download and start using the app today for your chance to win.

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This summer, Cuban Rice Swimwear, a new swimwear brand designed by former NBA wife and Miami Housewife Cristy Rice, will be helping beach babes bring glamour to the beach.

Out with plain Jane classic styles and in with embroidered detailing, beading and gold embellishments. Ultra bold fashionistas will be beach chic with Cuban Rice Swimwear.

Celebs such as actress Gabrielle Union and Aussie Playboy Playmate/supermodel Lisa Seiffert, to name a few, have been seen donning Cuban Rice on the beach.

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On the beach with Gabrielle Union x Cuban Rice

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Cuban Rice swimwear designer Cristy Rice with Aussie model Lisa Seiffert 

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Miami Music Week and WMC are back! Event tickets are now available through FASHIFY Events.

► Friday March 21, 2014 – Nick Cannon DJ Set at Club LIV Miami [event tickets]

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► Saturday, March 22, 2014 – All White Yacht Party During WMC – Downtown Miami… [event tickets]

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► Tuesday, March 25, 2014 – Miami Massive – Nikki Beach Miami, Miami Beach, FL… [event tickets]

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► Wednesday, March 26, 2014 – Electrified Miami w/ David Tort… [event tickets]

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► Thursday, March 27, 2014 – Steve Aoki @STORYsobe… [event tickets]

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This Sunday, join @FASHIFY and @GBBVintage at the Antiques & Collectibles Flea Market at Lincoln Rd Mall near Michigan Avenue. Hosted by fashion stylist Gabriela B., her collection of dresses, shoes, skirts, accessories, and jewelry is a fashion time-capsule of rare and in-tact designer fashion items the from eras 1960′s, 70′s, 80′s and 90′s
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Women's International Film & Art Festival

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The 9th annual Women’s International Film & Art Festival will be at taking place March 26 through March 30, 2014.

The event will be held at James L Knight Center at 400 SE 2nd Ave, Miami, 33131.

Opening night will include VIP Reception at 6:30PM and a Red Carpet Gala at 7:30PM with special guests Miriam Kruishoop and Director Manny Perez.

RSVP: Call (305)653-9700 or email: rsvp@vomensfilmfest.com

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kellyshawlondon Up and coming video artist Vittoria Belli documents Kelly Shaw’s Autumn / Winter 2014 photo shoot. This is no ordinary documentary, the film is then cut, slashed and painted to evoke the Abstract vision throughout the collection. Feel the creativity and experimental vibes from the close knit East London based team…

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Valentine’s Day is around the corner, that means in a few short months it’s going to be swimsuit season. If you’re looking for a great gift idea for that bikini enthusiast or swimsuit model in your life, visit Vizcaya Swimwear’s Facebook page. Watch the new lifestyle fashion editorial video clip for Vizcaya Swimwear.

The promo code “LOVE14″ will save you 25% off for their Valentine’s Day sale.

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YoungArts Miami

During YoungArts Miami, February 12-17, 2014, approximately 100 YoungArts Winners in the visual, literary, performing and design arts will take part in a week-long intensive, working with masters in their field, which in the past have included Plácido Domingo, Rosie Perez, James Rosenquist, Debbie Allen and Shelly Berg, to name a few. These talented young artists will then present their work through an exhibition, jazz combo performance and writers’ readings at the YoungArts Campus, and multi-disciplinary performances at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts.

YoungArts Miami public events: February 14-16, 2014

Friday, February 14, 6pm
Visual Arts, Photography, Cinematic Arts and Design Exhibition Opening
YoungArts Campus – Gallery & Jewel Box
Free

Friday, February 14, 8pm & 10pm
Jazz Combo and Writers’ Readings
YoungArts Campus – 7th Floor
Tickets $10*, Members $5 (with promo code)** / To purchase tickets, click here
Limited seating

Saturday, February 15, 8pm
Dance, Music, Theater and Voice Performance (Program One)
Olympia Theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts
Tickets $10*, Members $5 (with promo code)** / To purchase tickets, click here

Sunday, February 16, 7pm

Dance, Music, Theater and Voice Performance (Program Two)
Olympia theater at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts
Tickets $10*, Members $5 (with promo code)** / To purchase tickets, click here

*Ticket fees apply. **For more information on membership and/or to obtain the promo code for discounted tickets, contact membership@youngarts.org.

Venue Info:

YoungArts Campus
2100 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33137
For directions and parking info, click here

Gusman Center for the Performing Arts
174 E. Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33131
For directions and parking info, click here 

 


Support for YoungArts Miami 2014 is provided by the YoungArts Miami Council, the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners and The Children’s Trust. The Children’s Trust is a dedicated source of revenue established by voter referendum to improve the lives of children and families in Miami-Dade County by making strategic investments in their future. Special Thanks to The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation for founding support of YoungArts Miami through the Knight Arts Challenge.

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2014 Singles for Switchboard Annual Bachelor Auction

Switchboard of Miami’s Women’s Leadership Council and Brickell Magazine invite you to join us for this fun and unique fundraising event, featuring a live auction where women bid to go on dates with South Florida’s most eligible bachelors!

Enjoy food, drinks, music and prizes at one of Miami’s most prestigious venues.

Space is limited so register today!
Click this link to purchase your ticket: http://conta.cc/KnnpHw

Can’t attend but still want to show your support for Switchboard?
Donate to Switchboard using this link: http://bit.ly/1dBBbSv

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We’re happy to be back in the office posting to blog after a 3-month sabbatical for the holidays. October 2013 through January 2014 was actually busy time of the year for the Creative Services Team here at FASHIFY. Clever and flirtatious viral ad banners and social updates on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter gave us a lot of attention from other fashion professionals and businesses looking to get website design, web development, photography, and video production services.

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A provocatively worded & well timed FASHIFY web design ad featured on Twitter.

We have some cool projects on the calendar for this year which include a FASHFY iPhone app, and a full website makeover for hireFASHION.com. A website for fashion professional looking for careers in the industry, hireFASHION will be launching a private beta soon. If you have a fashion resume, you should request free access to the beta membership today.

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BTS photo of hireFASHION web app as being developed by Aris Olay (via Instagram)

The FASHIFY website is faster now for mobile devices. We started with a minimalist website template and stripped it down either further. Removing a lot the “design” from the webpages makes the content that we produce take the stage with more visual impact. “With our old website it felt like it took too long for the eye to see something fashionably important”, commented web developer, web designer, and photographer Aris Olay. “I’m going to be up all night for the next few weeks… slowly releasing new functionally on the site to our subscribers.”

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Met with a Chic, talented, and down to earth designer in Midtown Miami last week. I call her the bohemian goddess, but she’s better known to the fashion world as Tanya Marie. She has an absolutely articulate, & eloquent flair when it comes to her designs.

Tanya Marie’s new collection of hats inspired by “The Great Gatsby”

Tanya has styled various celebrities, such as Timbaland, Marc Anthony, Pitbull,  Kimora Lee Simmons, P Diddy, Jada Pinkett Smith, not to mention various Ms. Venezuela pageant models, the famous Basketball Wives, and the Housewives of Miami. Pedigree aside, she recently created a line of dresses, hats, & pieces, which were inspired by “The Great Gatsby”. Not to mention did a fabulous job, on designing Miami’s housewife Adriana De Moura’s wedding gown. Can I get a sexci?

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Tanya Marie began her one of a kind line in 2006. Although she had not been formally trained in sewing dresses, She was inspired by her mother–also a fashionista. “She would come home with a killer Roberto Cavalli dress fresh out the shop… Grab scissors cutting straight across on the thigh, giving the dress a couture, unique look.”

Tanya Marie at her boutique being fabulous.

Tanya’s posh boutique reminds me of a walk-in version of Carrie Bradshaw’s closet (minus the jimmy’s). It’s located in Miami’s Design District. On the rack you’ll see beautiful, long & colorful dresses, (making a girl feel like a princess all over again), funky fitting denim, sparkly bohemian tops, & deliciously crafted accessories & shoes! We shared a few laughs, played dress up, & I even got styled!

From Left to Right: Photographer Shanenne M., designer Tanya Marie, publicist Edyna Garcia, fashion editor Stiletto Kat

Tanya is not only a visionary but a fashion icon in the making.

Stop by, shop some & say “hello darling”. Tell her Stiletto Kat sent you…

Interview Transcript Below:

Kat: Tanya, tell us about your view on designing clothes<

Tanya: Some people will buy it just because of the name, but for me it has to be something that makes you look better.

Kat: I agree. I agree.

Tanya: That’s the most important thing. Fit first, fabric second, and then fabulousness always.

Kat: Is that even a question? (laughs)

Tanya: There is no question (laughs)

Kat: Now Tanya you’ve worked with artists such as Pitbull, Timbaland, and Mark Anthony. Can you tell us a little bit about that experience?

Tanya: Timbaland is an ongoing experience, because I’ve styled him and his whole family for the last seven years, but I’ve worked with Kimora Lee Simmons, P Diddy and his girlfriend Kim Porter — I’ve sold thousands worth of clothes to her. Over the years I’ve worked with Jada Pinkett Smith and a lot of celebrities that are in LA that come to Miami and they come to me. As far as doing the Pitbull video, I’ve styled videos for him, and for Amadai who’s an upcoming artist who’s being wearing my things a lot. But now with the new store our direction has shifted from styling and creating looks for styling to wholesale, and we’re trying to do the worldwide campaign where we’re branding of the TM label, Tanya Marie, and we’re selling to stores all over the world: Saint Tropez, the Hamptons, Venezuela, Argentina, you know all over the world. I already have three stores now in Argentina, and I’ve done a lot of Latin celebrities. Like a lot of Miss Venezuelas, and we’ve done wedding bridal dresses for some Miss Venezuelas, as well as Miss Jamaica, Miss Haiti. The reason why we even started this whole thing  was because of the styling — not being able to find things that I needed or that looked amazing — so I started cutting things up and from there I started selling the pieces.

Kat: From there it just blew up. Now my next question Tanya: Now it’s mentioned that you started your line in 2006 and that you had no formal training. Can you tell us about the secret to your success.

Tanya: Yeah I never had it. It’s just a passion. I literally dream and sleep and think about something… I feel like I don’t know what other people are doing because I’m so into my head about what I want to do. I’m not a person that necessarily follows what’s going on in trends, because I know that what I want to put out is a trend or is like the new trend. So whenever someone where’s a piece of mine they always come back because they get more attention in something simple. Then if it was like a major label brand of clothing. I have people like Timbaland’s wife who I style alot — she’s at every red carpet, every Grammy, every celebrity event with artists like Beyonce who are wearing Louis Vuitton head-to-toe, and she’s like “oh my god who is your designer, because I want that”.

Kat: Because you want to stand out.

Tanya: Yeah they stand out. And the way that they fit — I’m really proud of the fact that I’m really into fit and coolness and fabulousity

Kat: Oh my gosh, I told you me personally it’s been an issue to find suits that fit me the way I want it to and still come across stylish and professional. And I feel that your pieces not only do that, but that it’s a different flair.

Tanya: They stand out!

Kat: Oh yeah and it’s fashionable!

Tanya: If you wear that walking down the street people will be like “Who the hell, who does she think she is with that suit on (laughs).

Kat: Oh no no no that has to be in my closet! (laughs)

Tanya: “Oh my god who is that girl and why does she look so good” (laughs)

Kat: That’s because Tanya Marie hooked it up — hello!

Tanya: Oh my gosh (laughs)

Kat: How was your experience with Adriana’s wedding dress? — it was just to die for (laughs)

Tanya: Adriana I had been styling for three years. And I know her style. She voted or touted as top best dressed housewife of 2013. So basically what they called her is the queen of the maxis, which is me. So she said that everytime she would wear my pieces Andy from Bravo would tell her that you look amazing. She didn’t want to wear it all the time because there’s levels, but when she would put on one of my pieces everybody would ask her who the designer was. She was trying to keep me under wraps for a while, but whenever we went to the wedding literally three of the girls including: Alexia, Marisol, and Elisa, they were all fighting about who should be able to wear my clothes.

Kat: She wants to be exclusive.

Tanya: Well Adri has been exclusive with me, but before she bought my stuff, Alexia who is the owner of Fenny Magazine said she was buying my pieces and was pissed off that all of a sudden Adriana was wearing my stuff, then Elisa

Kat: Fashion cat fights

Tanya: It was adorable and I loved the situation because it just gave validity to everything that I’m trying to do. And then the wedding dresses — she was supposed to where three pieces which she’s actually going to wear but they ran out of time and ending up wearing one of my gowns, which was the party gown.

Kat: It was amazing thank you for those photos!

Tanya: Yeah her body for me looked crazy! It showed her cuteness.

Kat: Now I know who to call.

Tanya: Yes, when you get married I’m doing your dress. Oh no you’re coming to see me.

Kat: Is that even a question?

Tanya: Look at you!

Kat: Sexxxy

Tanya: Yes I’m doing your dress.

Kat: We’ll do a little confirmation after this

Tanya: Yes we’ll do a little consultation actually.

Kat: Nice!

Tanya: No problem.

Kat: Let me ask you, what advice can you give your fans and young individuals looking to get into design and style?

Tanya: Like you?

Kat:  Yes ma’am. Like Stiletto Kat (laughs)

Tanya:  Well I think that basically my main thing is that you just be true to yourself. Don’t be a person that looks at everything and go “I want to do that”. You can want to do that but you have to do what you in your heart love. Like no matter what it is. If you’re a full-figured designer, make things that make you look the best, because people will love it because there’s people like you. I think that obviously I never got trained to do this, and I see that one of my interns is a student at DASH and she’s getting all of this training, but what it amounts to me is like a robotic formula. I think that you should improve your skills but just take from it the best of what they give you. Don’t take the whole thing because you’re going to look like everyone else. I feel like the market is full of the same kind of designer. They all look like BEBE. They all have the same thing — No do your style and be true to yourself.

Kat: Thank you for that. That was very inspirational.

Tanya: Well thank you.

Kat: Of course. What is your favorite piece that you’ve created so far?

Tanya: Oh my god! That’s not a question you ask a designer, because every piece is a baby. Like all my babies if I love it I don’t want to sell it. I don’t know what that is because I fall in love on a daily basis. Like I have tons of children out there and some of them I wish I could get back, because a lot of them are one-of-a-kind. I literally don’t even like selling them. The girls in the store have to trick me in order to. I’m like “don’t sell that piece”. I’m putting it here but don’t sell it. Some things I can’t make again. If I can make it again, then okay. But usually I collect fabric from all over the world and a lot of the pieces are not able to be duplicated.

Kat: And that’s what makes you stand apart with your talent and skills and makes you fabulous.

Tanya: Well thank you.

Kat: Of course. Where was the last place you went to get fabric?

Tanya: We’re going to Morocco this summer. But we just travel. What I want to do next — I never do anything with my heritage. People think I’m Moroccan or they don’t know where I’m from.

Kat: You do look racially ambiguous

Tanya: Well not me personally. But the style of the clothing is very traveled. It like has pieces of leather, a lot of embroidery. It feels like India, Morocco — it feels more Arabic. I’ve done Saudi Princesses. So I think I’m going to do a group called Jamaica, which is where I’m from. And do like a really like “my tribal”. I feel like it could be Italian. It could be some many things but something that is something that is very indigenous of my own country. Where are you from?

Kat: I’m part Dominican, and Spaniard, and I just found out that I’m part Puerto Rican

Tanya:  So you’re like from all over.

Kat: What are you doing when you’re not designing? That’s a good question.

Tanya: Sleeping. (laughs)

Kat: And dreaming of designs (laughs)

Tanya: Sleeping yeah. Getting my little mojo back. Because it’s just wherever I am, say we’re out to lunch somewhere, I’ll get inspiration for something and can’t wait to get back and start to do it.

Kat: That’s how you know it’s natural.

Tanya: Yeah, I will just be sitting there cutting in my head. Because I create my own cuts…

Kat: You have a lookbook in your head already..

Tanya: It’s like the cut of things, how they fall. I feel like like I create my own cut that other people don’t do .

Kat: It’s like your signature

Tanya: Different things. Yeah. That aren’t everywhere or are something typical. I’m trying to figure out a new way to do things. Do you know what I mean?

Kat: I like that. You’re fabulous. We gotta go out for cosmos.

Tanya: Even though I don’t drink I’ll go and I’ll sip it up.

Kat: We’ll get some virgin cosmos. Edyna are you down? (laughs)

Kat: Thank you so much Tanya Marie. I want to thank you on the behalf of FASHIFY.

Tanya: Yeah FASHIFY! I’m looking forward to seeing everything about you guys.

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Tilda Swinton looks amazing in this shoot by Tim Walker. This surrealistic fashion shoot is featured for the current issue of W Magazine and each look is styled by Jacob K, which show cases the Spring fashion from Giorgio Armani, Haider Ackermann, Francesco Sognamiglio.