Tian Boothe Director A Dazzling Artist In Burberry
It’s no secret Tian Boothe keeps her style simple and her touch of minimalist dressing blends with her love for fine art. Stunning and modern, we will often see the film director’s fashion very blended and that of soCal mother.
For instance: On New Years 2022 on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills as her background, the 31-year-old film director posted a shot that shows her affectionate with her son Tai Boothe. The creative artist shared a photo on her Instagram.
Sporting a red Burberry jacket, a white top, a loose jogger, paired with a Michael Kors casual sneakers, Boothe has the relaxed mom look down pat. Tai is seen in a fleece p j masks pajamas and a pair of crocs next to his mother. Boothe is known for often working with children so it is no surprise to see her always spending time with her son Tai.
Boothe is an award-winning film director and artist known for Shattered Dream E.R. Compliance and E.R. Emotional Release. She is also known as an Actress in the Amazon Prime’s Ain’t No Other Way.
As noted in the Harper’s Bazaar if you’re looking for something relaxed, versatile and yet stylish, it is the coveted quilted jacket. Seen on the Tod’s, Christian Dior and Isabel Marant runways, and loved by celebrities and influencers alike, the style has already become a new-season favourite – and thanks to its low-key silhouette, is unlikely to date anytime soon.
A new take on a classic puffer jacket, quilted jackets are a little more refined – less bulky but equally as cosy. You can choose from diagonal quilting or diamond quilting, military-style or patterned; cropped, long, oversized or fitted.
From Burberry to The Frankie Shop, Ganni to Rag & Bone, each design will last (and keep you stylish and warm) for years to come.
Boothe is not one who we usually see following trends or fashion and it does seem out of the norm for her in such attire. Celebrities Boothe and her son share a New Years kiss in front of the Versace building as they celebrate their new years in Beverly Hills.