Tiffany Huang is a Taiwanese designer born in the USA. Huang means yellow in Chinese, which connects to her deep interest in color when approaching design. Growing up, she often connected events in life to clothing, which sparked her interest in fashion design. After moving to New York to study at Parsons School of Design, she developed a passion for textiles, learning techniques such as tambour beading, machine knitting, embroidery, weaving. As a designer, she is always finding new possibilities of using materials, using it to create a dialogue that goes on between textiles and the human body.
During her time at Parsons, she won the Kering X Vogue.com Empowering Imagination Award and her thesis collection was featured on Vogue.com. She participated in the first Luxottica x Parsons glasses design competition and won first place with her teammates. She was selected as a finalist for the Politecnico Calzaturiero shoe sponsorship, semifinalist for Designer of the Year at Parsons, finalist for Eyes on Talents Innovation Award, and was also one of the chosen collections to show at the 2016 Parsons Benefit Fashion Show and Saks and 5th Avenue windows.