From the “Mono” collection by designer Nancy Todd.
The “Mono” collection was developed as a study of the principle of mass conservation. The principle states that the entire mass of an isolated system cannot be created or destroyed over time, but it also implies that the mass may be rearranged into different states of matter. “Mono” seeks to demonstrate this concept through the analysis of one fiber: wool. This collection is an exploration of form and texture and embodies a variety of techniques and applications representative of the many properties one fiber may possess.
Klimt top, tailored wool sateen, price and more information for all upon request.
Schiele dress, hand-knit baby Merino wool, price and more information upon request.
Duchamp shawl, 100 percent wool roving, hand-knit with designer-carved knitting needles; Kandinsky side pleat pant, tailored 100 percent wool caddy, price and more information for all upon request.
Drop needle tank, hand-knit baby Merino wool; Toulouse Cigarette Pant, two-ply 100 percent wool gauze; price and more information for all upon request.
Dalí sheath dress, 100 percent wool double face caddy column dress; price and more information for all upon request.
Photos by Annette Navarro
“MONO” collection by Nancy Todd
Styling by Kelsey Wing
Origami Accessories by Kelsey Wing
Hair and makeup by Phil Saunders