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Who is Tiffany, what does she do?

I’m a lass born and bred from London, and people like to call me Tiff. Currently I’m modelling full time but I’m interested in a multitude of things like painting, watching films – I love thrillers – psychology, travelling and I’m also a massive book worm.

What sparked your interest in fashion?

Being interested in fashion has always been a part of me, and growing up I was very magnetized into thinking out of the box with it. I felt a bit like the Lady Gaga of my area back in the day. I don’t like to keep to one style as most people who follow me will probably learn, plus when it comes to fashion, I’m extremely androgynous. One day I’ll be walking down the street in a pair of killer heels, and the next I’ll feel like wearing a shirt and trousers. There should be no limit to experimenting with style.



Tell us about some important milestones in your career so far.

I have to say, this year has been a milestone for my career. It’s been such a rollercoaster! I’ve been so incredibly lucky to work on a shoot with Nick Knight, travel to South Korea for two months and model there, film a television commercial, be in five magazines – including my face in 7 pages in a Vogue editorial and online video – and being on the cover of Hair. 

There’s a load of things that are on their way that I can’t mention yet, but I’m so excited for what’s in store next year!

Could you share some of your favourite trends/colours/designers?

I think if there’s a trend I’m loving, it’s the open-minded approach to genderless clothing. We need more people involved in that trend. Also, I’m just going to say it first… high waisted flared jeans need to be a thing again. Fingers crossed that 2018 resurrects them.

I’ll be honest, I’m not a designer kind of girl. I love getting things from charity shops and indie brands, but if it comes to high fashion I like to dribble over 50’s Dior. 

Autumn is my favourite season, and I’m all about the warm, cosy brown, black and mustard tones.



Are there any types of clothing you avoid wearing?

You know what? I can’t think of anything I wouldn’t want to try. Having said that, anything with ruffles or sequins… can’t deal with them.

What’s next for @tiffanysmithuk – what should we look forward to?

I’ll be continuing my adventures! Hopefully travelling, learning and spreading sweet positivity. 



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