Inspired by Aleksandr Rodchenko’s “Over Coming Red” (1918) as part of his series of works where he emphasized the material qualities of the paintings, applying the three primary colors, in order to to draw attention to their substance as matter. After giving up painting, Rodchenko turned to the fusion of art and life. As founder of the Constructivist Working Group in 1921, he rejected the idea of ​​autonomous art, rather as a practice for social purposes of "building art." A movement which subsequently greatly influenced major artistic movements such as De Stijl & Bauhaus, that spread to architecture, industrial design, theater, cinema, fashion, dance, sculpture ...

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Silk tailleur / Shawl collar / Palazzo pants / Assorted belt
Flat fronted waistband with elasticated back

Golden & Red patches on black silk crepe background
Gold piping



100% silk crepe (Origin: Lago di Como, italia)
Embellishments 100% PES


Care guide

Your Diana d’Orville is a precious piece. Your wardrobe’s hero, from your morning espresso to the red carpet.
Let’s ensure the divine lasts forever! How to tenderly pamper it:
-Professional cleaning. No tumble dry. No ironing.
-Use a padded hanger to avoid fabric stretching.
-Your Diana d’Orville is made from exquisitely fine materials – please take care when wearing jewelry, bags and other accessories.

For more information, please refer to our Care & Size Guide here