A fashion concept very sophisticated and charming. Titania Inglis’s collection embodies her philosophy of lush minimalism in both its aesthetic and its core principles. Less, but better: striking yet wearable pieces that go easily from day to night, summer to winter, and occasionally metamorphose with a trick of geometry. A high-low hem turns to becomes diagonal; a solid-color top reverses to show off contrast binding.
Equally minimal is the line’s environmental impact. Every garment is sewn in a small factory in New York from sustainably sourced fabrics including Japanese organic cotton, French vegetable-tanned leather, and dead stock wool from New York’s garment industry.
Now based in Brooklyn, Titania grew up among the spectacular gorges and waterfalls of Ithaca, New York, and refined her dark, streamlined aesthetic while studying in Denmark and the Netherlands. Half Chinese, half Scottish by blood, she embraces the seeming dichotomies of a line looking to the future, yet grounded in tradition, operating at the border of nature and industry.
Titania studied at Design Academy Eindhoven and the Fashion Institute of Technology, and apprenticed under cult New York designers Camilla Stærk, Jean Yu, and Threeasfour before launching her solo line. She was honored for her work with the 2012 Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation award in Sustainable Design.
Photography by Edwin Tse / Jewelry by Nettie Kent / Hair & Makeup by Kumi Hosoda / Model Glairy Kohv – Muse / Styling Assistance Boya Zhang