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Tim Bitici Lives A Creative Life


Tim Bitici is a fashion stylist who has worked with some of the biggest brand names in the industry. He has helped popular celebrities such as Madonna, Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears with their various fashion ventures.


While working with celebs and models, he also used his skills as a fashion editor to work with magazines ranging from Vanity Fair-Italy, Glamour, Interview, O' Magazine, Flair, L'Officiel, D-Magazine, and many more.


His editorial work and his eye for the latest fashion trends have been praised by his fans, followers and critics in the fashion industry.


He has created stylish and iconic images for his clients and given a new sensibility to the portrayal of beauty in photo shoots featuring some of the hottest models and picturesque locations.


His editorial work has been formatted museum style and exhibited for months at a time at The SoHo Grand Hotel in NY and Hotel Bourg Tibourg in Paris. From concept to creation, the images created by him were further shot by photographer Jamie Isaia (Art+Commerce).


A creative individual, Tim Bitici believes in living life to the fullest and he finds travel as an essential ingredient to his creative process. He has traveled all over the world to different countries while looking for new fashion trends and beautiful locations.


He mentions the adage that it is all about the journey, not the destination and he has often found that the journey teaches us more about life than anything else can. Whenever he travels, he feels refreshed, invigorated and filled with new ideas.


Tim Bitici mentions that for any professional in a creative field, they need to constantly come up with new ideas and also execute them. He says that creative persons should not be afraid of failure, but they should look at every failure as a stepping stone towards success.


According to him, creating something beautiful, be it a picture, a dress, or a painting, requires utmost commitment on the artist’s part and an artist should be willing to suffer for his art, because that’s what gives a work of art an immortal aspect.


Tim Bitici is presently eCom Styling for Amazon, Kenneth Cole, Macys.com and NORDSTROM. Find out more about him by browsing through www.timbitici.com.


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Tim Bitici