Interview with Titania Inglis
Thoughtful as they are devastatingly beautiful, Titania Inglis’ ethereal designs deliver a modern antidote to mundane and brutally basic wardrobe staples. Consisting of transitional dresses, jackets and separates that can be worn from day to night and spring to winter, each style embodies a dark, into-the-woods elegance that’s minimalistic while grounded in geometry and ease. Inglis’ collections are made in New York at a small family-owned factory from high quality materials that are ethically sourced from around the world, such as Japanese organic cotton, veggie-tanned leather, deadstock wool derived from New York’s Garment District, and wood pulp-based cupro twill. Some garments are even dramatically hand-painted in her Brooklyn based studio, with non-toxic silkscreen inks, to achieve a dip-dyed, smudged technique.
(Read the article at Soma Magazine.)