The collection is themed ‘TITI BELO Wuz Ere’ and draws inspiration from the coded attire around which life in a structured environment like Queen’s College revolves and re-imagining them with new freedom.
The classic graffiti slogans, she re-imagines in the style of the statement tee, but with a twist the #QCOG will instantly recognize.
Denim is sexed up and deconstructed to reflect the sophistication of our time.
Ruffles, pleats and layers are updated and taken in new, experimental directions.
Titi Belo re-imagines “Sunday Wear” in egg-white jersey, cut with a bias to appeal to a much more sophisticated woman.
Pleated silk chiffon mini dresses drape effortlessly, a liberation from stuffy pleated uniforms skirts.
Ethereal damask and lace are layered to create a fragile graduation dress, cut for flair, modesty ignored.
Polish cotton and spandex combine to create Machiavellian pant and skirt suiting and ruffles add a extra prance to flirty a-line ensembles.
TITI BELO Wuz Ere’ is an exploration of those early reclamations of individuality and the place that inspired them and reclaiming both, through the medium of fashion. ‘
TITI BELO Wuz Ere’ and her influence endures.