The starting point of Diane Ducasse, a 27-year-old stylist who trained at Studio Berçot: women are always drawn to garments from the male wardrobe, so why not create a line of clothes that has the same boyish style but that is adapted to the female body?
A feminine wardrobe with masculine touches
This thought gave birth to DA/DA Diane Ducasse, a collection of clothing for women that is inspired by the impeccable cut of the male wardrobe. High-quality fabric, well-cut garments, an impish allure: style according to Diane Ducasse means velvet coats, check jackets and wool vests, like the vintage gardener’s vest she has reimagined for woman by adding a touch of pink.
Everything is made in France using the best European materials, including Italian wool and English cotton.
The new Dadaism
To create her boyish style, Diane Ducasse drew her inspiration from female figures who turned to the male wardrobe to express their originality: artist Frida Kahlo, who often dressed in men’s clothing, George Sand and Gala Dali.
Is it a coincidence these three muses contain the letters ‘DA’ in their names? Imbued by a touch of eccentricity and a true love of colours, the silhouettes of the DA/DA brand define a Dadaism of the modern age. Diane Ducasse’s creations are available in her shop in Paris’ 6th arrondissement and via her online shop.