The US based designer Titania Inglis
proposes an extreme minimalism in her spring/summer 2014 collection. A bare palette, clean shapes and amazing geometric details that create incredible futuristic silhouettes. Not only structural details, but also bodices, hats, jewelry to form two-dimensional or three-dimensional structures that remind me of the intricate patterns of molecular structures. I found beautiful the pants and mini-dress made entirely of a moving geometric structure, seemingly delicate and fragile, with a strong visual impact. The pictures are made by Colby Blount.