Titania_SS13_11 // Titania Inglis Apparently Titania Inglis, genius in both creativity and aesthetic. 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. Pinned by #revetro
Sustainability,Catalytic Clothing. Helen Storey & Tony Ryan have created a dress that purifies the air in effect to reduce air pollution. Catalytic clothing gains the energy it needs to work through light. It is also designed to breakdown pollutants straight away. To see a noticeable change in the reduction of pollution, a mass amount of people would have to wear the garments because it only removes a small part of the air borne pollutants.