Titania Inglis’s collections are hard proof that American made, eco-friendly fashion does not have to be boring. I learned about her after spending the day with Andrea Plell, one of the organizers of Urban Air Market, and the pioneer behind Ecologique Fashion. When I actually looked Inglis up and viewed her work, I was floored. Visually, her line is minimalism perfected, but it doesn't end there. "Equally minimal is the line’s environmental impact. Each garment is sewn in a small factory in New York from high-quality, low-impact fabrics including Japanese organic cotton, French vegetable-tanned leather, and dead stock wool from the local garment industry." Understandably, she's been honored for her work with the 2012 Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation award in Sustainable Design and was selected as a finalist in the 2013 CFDA/Lexus Eco-Fashion Challenge. Her ability to mix high fashion with eco-friendly methods makes her design work doubly impressive. I gathered up a few pieces from her latest two seasons. I hope you love it as much as me, and make sure to check out her work here.
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