Titania Inglis

Titania Inglis

Apparently Titania Inglis doesn’t like to be called an “eco” designer, which is fine by us. Whatever she likes to be called, we are calling her a genius in both creativity and aesthetic. We will quietly give her extra credit for having her garments sewn in a small factory in NYC, with japanese organic cottons and dead stock wool from NY’s garment industry.

She was honoured for her work with the 2012 Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation award in Sustainable Design, and she has just released her Spring 2013 range. Check out her site here.

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Katie Gannon
info@ecofriendly-fashion.com

After running an ethical fashion label for 5 years, I started this blog in 2007 after learning first hand about the importance of sustainability in fashion design. I am a passionate environmentalist and wish to promote individuals and organisations around the world working on innovative design. I have a BA in Communications / Media as well as a Cert IV in Clothing Production, and run my own graphic design company at www.katiegannon.com

2 Comments
  • nancy
    Posted at 02:54h, 25 February Reply

    Why do you wan to call her an eco designer? her clothes are beutiful but they use sheep and raindeer skin and fur. that’s not cool…

    • katie
      Posted at 04:57h, 01 April Reply

      I did not know that Nancy. Thank you for bringing it to our attention.

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