Calling Hong Kong its first home, Tibi was born in a city known for its vibrancy and entrepreneurism.
With a professional background in marketing and advertising and a childhood spent in a family of artists
on an island off the coast of Georgia, Amy Smilovic channeled her business and creative energies into Hong Kong's fabric markets,
developing prototypes that quickly transformed into a contemporary clothing line in 1997.
18 years later, Tibi, a young designer clothing and accessories brand, sells globally at retailers such as Net-a-Porter,
Harrods, Neiman Marcus, and Saks Fifth Avenue. The Tibi woman can be found across the world in the key markets of Europe,
the Middle East, and Asia. Each Tibi collection weaves in the contradictions that makes individual style interesting:
youthful and sophisticated, masculine and feminine, bold and muted.
Amy's perspective on feminine dressing appeals to modern women who appreciate style that is luxurious, on-trend, and relaxed.
Amy is a member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA)
and shows the Tibi Fall and Spring collections during bi-annual New York Fashion Week.
Tibi also dedicates time and resources into charity work with programs such as its "Made with Love" scarf program,
to raise research funds for youth cancer in partnership with Memorial Sloan Kettering.