05 May '11, 9pm

Absolutely gorgeous—and sustainable—fashion collection from Titania Inglis, inspired by icebergs and origami

Absolutely gorgeous—and sustainable—fashion collection from Titania Inglis, inspired by icebergs and origami

didn’t call her Spring/Summer 2011 collection “Almost Zero” for nothing. Waste reduction was an important consideration for the Brooklyn designer, thanks in no small part to the advocacy of Timo Rissanen , an assistant professor at Parsons The New School for Design and a vocal proponent of zero-waste fashion . But good design is invisible, and Inglis’s pieces aren’t the least overworked—or overwrought. Comprising nine origami-inspired pieces that belie their underlying complexity, Almost Zero offers an immaculate terrain of alabaster and ivory, punctuated by occasional flushes of indigo, rust, and pale madder from

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/titania-inglis-achieves-almost-z...

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