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“Tessellation” SS14 collection by Titania Inglis

Fashion | February 24, 2014 |

Titania InglisImage courtesy of Colby Blount

“Tessellation” SS14 collection by Titania Inglis

Prisms, monochromatic lights, microcosms and sustainability. Fashion designer from Brooklyn Titania Inglis draws from themes that are dear to artist Olafur Eliasson and inventor R. Buckminster Fuller to construct her new SS14 collection “Tessellation”.

Titania InglisImage courtesy of Colby Blount

Twelve looks, characterized by essential and soft lines and a neutral color palette – made of taupe, white, cream, gray and acid yellow, and accentuated by geometric metal structures.

Titania InglisImage courtesy of Colby Blount

Light and elegant scaffolding made in collaboration with designer WXYZ reference Fuller’s geodesic domes with their triangular elements that form necklaces, bracelets, leggings and headpieces.

Titania InglisImage courtesy of Colby Blount

As with her previous collections, “Tessellation” pays great attention to the sustainability of manufacturing processes, following in the path that saw Titania win the Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation award.

Titania InglisImage courtesy of Colby Blount

Each piece is sewn in a small factory in New York, while the organic fabrics are produced in Japan and Europe. The collection represents a vocation for ecological fashion.

more. www.titaniainglis.com/ss2014

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