Who They Are: Titania Inglis, now based in Brooklyn, cut her teeth at cult New York designers Camilla Stærk, Jean Yu, and Threeasfour before recently launching her eponymous solo line. Inglis was recognized for her minimalistic, inventive designs as well as her environmental efforts with the 2012 Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation award in Sustainable Design.
What They’re Doing: 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. Inglis’ innovative designs mean that many garments can be worn a multitude of ways, reducing the consumer’s need to purchase more (and therefore reducing production).
Favorite Pieces: Diagonal hemline skirt, which can be worn three ways, mulett-hemline white/black blouse (pictured).
Price Point: $120-$525