Tiffany Amber is a 19-year-old fashion and lifestyle brand with global appeal and a distinctly African attitude.
In November 1998, Tiffany Amber was born, revolutionizing the Nigerian fashion industry and pioneering the ready to wear market. Today it has become a leader in the African fashion world, with a singular designer who has an innate sense of glamour and an unfailing eye for timeless chic.
The Tiffany Amber brand aesthetic is dedicated to a vision of style that is as sophisticated as it is indulgent, iconic as it is modern and has become a luxury lifestyle brand with global reach. Following the vision of empowering artisans from all over the continent, all Tiffany Amber products are made in Nigeria using the most skilled craftsmen Africa has to offer.
The brand has won numerous accolades over the years including Designer of the year at the Inaugural African Fashion Week (AFI) in 2009 and Fashion Brand of the Year at the Arise Magazine Fashion Week in 2012, and it’s collections have been seen in some of the World’s most prestigious cities including New York, London, Milan, Paris and of course all over our beloved continent of Africa!
To commemorate the brand’s 15th anniversary, Tiffany Amber launched the “Women of Vision” Campaign, celebrating and empowering women whilst nurturing the next generation of future leaders.
The past 19 years have seen the brand receive rave reviews in some of the World’s biggest fashion titles with features on CNN, in Women’s Wear Daily, Vogue and Vanity Fair among countless others.
The Tiffany Amber brand has now expanded its frontiers firstly by introducing a diffusion line called TAN by Tiffany Amber and also by entering into the luxury home-ware market, with TA Living, a line which captures the rich African culture embodied by the brand and the high sophistication of fine living.
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