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  • Writer's pictureJulinka Misztal



Derived from the Latin word for 'goddess,' DIVA was a word used to describe exceptional female vocalists in the 19th century. Today, its meaning has evolved significantly, encompassing a wide range of interpretations. It now celebrates artists in music and theatre, transcends gender boundaries and is adopted and honoured by those who embody it.

Drawing inspiration from the V&A's homage to the DIVA, we've delved into our collection to unearth designs that truly captivate the essence of the style.

If you would like to see these glitzy pieces, then our appointments are open for face to face viewings or zoom.

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Stepping away from its Victorian predecessors, stars such as Elton John, Barbra Streisand, Celine Dion, Adele and Arca have redefined the traditional perception of a DIVA.

Their bold and flamboyant attire makes a striking statement, yet today's modern DIVA is equally dedicated to challenging conventions.

Artists are adopting the DIVA ethos in innovative ways, such as seizing complete creative control over their music or integrating technology into their performance and imagery.

"The only way for a woman to know herself as a person is by creative work of her own."

Betty Friedan - activist and writer 1963

From embellished elegance to stitched statements, our collection is brimming with pieces designed to assist you in uncovering your brand's inner DIVA.


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