Titania Inglis - "Isostasy" A/W 2014-15

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The Fall 2014-15 collection is an investigation of texture and balance, inspired by geological processes such as the crumpling effect that forms mountains, which eventually reach full height at a state of equilibrium known as isostasy. This season’s long, sleek, and slouchy silhouettes are created in luxe fabrics including Japanese organic cotton stretch denim and twill; traditional Philippine pineapple fabric; smooth Italian veg-tanned lambskin, also washed to create a crumpled effect; and dead stock salt-and-pepper wool coating remaindered from the New York garment industry. The accompanying jewelry was a collaboration with porcelain designer Elaine Tian of Studio Joo, who shaped and hand-inked delicate ceramic petals that became long corded necklaces and harnesses to complement this season’s simple, painterly aesthetic.

References: NJAL and Titania Inglis


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