Over the last 12 years, Tiffani has built a successful career in NYC as a celebrity Fashion & Wardrobe Stylist. Recognizing her talents can be utilized to make great change, Tiffani has shifted her focus and is now utilizing her business savvy and creativity to fuel her Creative Consulting & Production Company Traveling Trousseau. (TT).
TT started out as a small project 4 years ago and has now grown into a thriving business. With Social change at its core TT has produced the Annual Health Empowered Beauty fashion Show for Care for the Homeless the 2nd year in a row, taught our ‘Best Self’ workshops with the residents of SemiPerm (Settlement House), created lasting content for various businesses and produced countless events that give back to communities in need.
It is our responsibility to work effectively with our client to flawlessly deliver creative content, events and programming. Setting the vision for all of our creative projects and guiding them through to completion is our goal.
Creating events and content to connect your brand to broader audience & Wardrobe styling.
Connecting with business owners and creatives to create collaborative content.
Educate yourself on your craft, be consistent, be diligent and do no wait for others to believe in you. Almost all great business ventures start out as a crazy idea so if everyone is on board you might want to reconsider your choice.
Keenen Irory Wayans is the first person to pop up in my mind. He may not be a popular reference but the is one of the reasons I admire him. He changed the game with In Living Color - creating characters out of the people he saw everyday in his neighborhood, finding talents in his family members and creating stars like Jim Carey, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Lopez and David Allen Grier. By sticking to his vision he changed the way we view sketch comedy and created wealth for his family and cast members.
My secret superpower is authenticity.
I remember a grade school friends home phone number and the fact that people are always dealing with life beyond your interaction with them, so chill out and meet them with some compassion.
I would teach them the value of self and setting your own standards of success.