Since launching Diotima last year, New York-based designer Rachel Scott (who also holds a senior position at Rachel Comey) has created a niche in the market with rotating ready-to-wear. around her Jamaican roots.
Because before autumn, his third collection, the designer continues the unique connection between intricate craftsmanship with modern femininity and sensuality. For example, the collection’s crochet tops and skirts – like a mesh tank top with a glamorous hemline, worn with a large crocheted frock with full hand-embroidered crystals, or These new versions of the crochet sweater have now become her hallmarks of web outfits and tank tops. To balance the collection while still conveying her heritage, the collection was styled with a multitude of outfits (with a few “out of the box” details from the architectural trim, to the crochet) and the costumes. polished yet comfortably split day (pants with seashell-like kneepads, tops and cardigans, pleated skirts and floral skirts). Additionally, Scott has collaborated with artist and photographer Nadia Huggins to create vibrant Caribbean prints, rendered on attractive twill silk garments.
The collection further promotes Scott’s brand message of celebrating her hometown community and culture, discos, etc. through rich craft techniques and textures on appealing silhouettes.
https://wwd.com/fashion-news/fashion-features/a-look-at-diotima-pre-fall-1235060595/ A Look at Diotima Pre-Fall 2022 – WWD