Yesterday I was able to check out the TIA CIBANI FALL 2013 collection at The Baryshnikov Arts Center which featured a paper installation by artist Kristen Hassenfeld including geometric paper in different shapes.
Cibani, had a decade career at Ports 1961 but moved on to create her signature collection. She recently won the Fashion Group Internationale's Rising Star Award. For this season, the designer presented a collection that paid a nod to the thirties. The eccentric Peggy Guggenheim served as Cibani's muse for this collection.
The clothes were feminine but with a masculine edge. The silver and gold metallic pleated dress had asymmetrical, tiered pleats and was paired with a pleated gold and silver silk lamé shirt which was my favorite.
The collection also featured a fuchsia Georgette chiffon long sleeve dress which was another stand-out however the geometric print sheath dress with a brocade cape was in a class by itself.
Beauty wise, Models came out in retro waves with deep dark red lips which is a huge trend. Overall, I liked what she did and I am looking forward to seeing some of her dresses on the red carpet. What do you think of the collection?