Un air de garçon
DADA Diane Ducasse collections are created for a male wardrobe adapted to the women she finds inspiration in.
After graduating from the Paris fashion design school Studio Berçot, Diane learnt the ropes at Lanvin, Marc Jacobs, with the shoemaker Michel Vivien, and beside Vincent Darré, Art Director of the magazine L’Officiel. Armed with these experiences, the Studio Berçot, which trained her, suggests her teaching in her turn. At the same time, Diane continues her collaborations in particular with Yazbukey and with Ines de la Fressange.
Her varied and enriching path arouses Diane’s desire to begin a personal and qualitative project with the expertise of European craftsmen. The DADA style was born, it allies sobriety and modernity in the choice of cuttings, volumns and materials. DADA plays with knotting, superimposing colours and finishing sharp edges.
DADA Diane Ducasse is inspired by women, incredibly refined in their extravagances, Frida Khalo, Gala Dali and George Sand who also expressed themselves by their wardrobe, often borrowed from the male gente.
- Diane Ducasse