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Tigerlily Summer Cocktail Luncheon
W Hotel Rooftop
Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

Written by Jenaya Singleton
Photographed by Brandie Raasch

Opposite Photo:
Tigerlily Designer Amelia Stanley




Champagne flowed and delectable hor dourves were served at the Spring 2010 Tigerlily swim wear line debut held on the W Hotel rooftop. As I walked out on the roof, I was greeted by three gorgeous models wearing some of the cutest one and two piece bathing suits I had ever laid eyes upon.


Tigerlily combines the sophistication and polish of NYC and the laid back cool of
LA. The line told three stories: Beach Frills was created from pastels with hints of black; Sophisticated Bohemian featured a more neutral color pallet interpreted with texture; and Night Tigerlily featured swim wear and lingerie in darker hues.



Tigerlily is a brand for the confident; it encompasses all that is sexy. The swimsuits are more than just fun, they are multi functional pieces that can easily go from an afternoon stroll on the beach to a night on the town. My favorite was a black eyelet cover-up that looks just as amazing over a bikini as would over a pair of shorts and a tank. Slouchy pants, short shorts and frilly dresses with unexpected details like exposed zippers are just a few things to look forward to for next Spring. And with a price point from $150 to $275,the line is not only great looking. it is also accessible to fashionistas of every budget. The line is carried at New York retailers Breeze Swimwear, Two Azaleas and Great Shapes as well as numerous locations on the west coast.


Tigerlily Designer Amelia Stanley

I left the event with a full tummy, a slight buzz and a list of must have additions for my Spring 2010 wardrobe. Thank you Tigerlily.

 

 

 

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