Tigerlily Hill

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Tigerlily Hill at Celeb Boutique being interviewed by Skies Magazine.
Tigerlily Hill
Born Tigerlily Tamara Kabishi Hill
Cayman Islands
Alma mater Central Saint Martins
University of Iowa
Occupation Designer
Stylist
Television personality
Height 5'5.5"
Website
tigerlilyhill.us

Tigerlily Hill is a Caymanian fashion designer best known in America as a celebrity wardrobe stylist and tv personality. In 2008, Glam God with Vivica A. Fox, a fashion competition reality series aired on VH1 between August and October in which she was highlighted as one of the two ending finalists in this eight part series. (In the series, twelve contestants competed to become the next "Glam God"; Glam God being a stylist who gets their clients on the best dressed list). She attended the University of Iowa and completed her Bachelors Degree at the Richmond, The American International University in London while doing a stint at Central Saint Martins.

Life and career[edit]

Born to a Jamaican mother and a British father, Hill has bounced around and lived in many international destinations in Europe and America. Due to her parents' profession the family settled in the state of Iowa where both her brother Nikolai and herself attended university. They returned to live full-time in the Cayman Islands.

With her American television debut on Glam God with Vivica A. Fox.[1] as celebrity wadrobe stylist, she also began her clothing line, Crown Atelier officially and immediately was well sought out when Keira Knightley, Hilary Duff, Taryn Manning, Carla Gugino, Maria Menounos, Catt Sadler, Haley Bennett were all photographed in her blouses. Since the VH1 series she has worked on numerous award shows, music videos and films as a wardrobe stylist and costume designer.

In June 2012 she won the Emerging Designer Award at Caribbean Fashion Week.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "VH1 Glam God finalist". Retrieved October 16, 2008. 

* Tigerlily Hill at the Internet Movie Database

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