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Party Girls:
Dressing Up to Get Down with Deitas

Cover

by Alexa Hotz
Photographed by Hanna Tveite

It’s pre-holiday. It’s late night. It’s the city. And she’s out—with an exhaustive agenda of openings and gatherings and “quick drinks.” For what it’s worth, there’s a bounty of advice extolled by glossy magazines on day-to-night looks, but the modern party girl doesn’t care for it. She’s in silk all day, she’s in silk all night. Silk satin even, of the highest quality, thanks to designer Josephine Dahlin’s line called Deitas (that’s Latin for “divinity). Laid up on the sofa, or crawling her way to her next appointment, our model Veronica Kunz explores the sensuality of couture-quality silk.
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The evening begins upright in a stately square-neck blouse with balloon sleeves and a pair of undemanding silk trousers, elastic waistband and all.

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And now she’s on the ground, exploring different levels (if you will), and yes, a little fortified with an obligatory bevvy or two. But the look still holds up, ensuring a level of grace and insouciance as the night unfolds. Here she is, below, in a white silk Habotai ankle-length tea dress so saintly that it nearly evokes baptism attire.

Dahlin prefers not to be overdressed in the evening, so silk, an inherently dressy material, gets balanced with details that imply simplicity and an easiness rare to silk garments. Deitas is all about silk made modern, whether it’s Habotai, satin, or charmeuse.

jacquemus

White silk stands out at night. Dahlin, who is stringent when it comes to quality, works with a 100-year-old manufacturer in Como, Italy who reportedly was one of the first to bring silk from China to Italy. It also happens to be the same manufacturer who made silk for some of Valentino’s early pieces.

Dahlin, who is originally from Sweden but now lives in Monte Carlo, Italy, eschews the blandness that comes with winter layers (“winter clothes in Sweden tend to be super heavy and boring,”) and opts for silk instead.

Deitas aims to provide women with carefully edited collections of collectible, coherent, and discreetly luxurious wardrobe essentials.Josephine Dahlin
gabriela hearst 2

White silk stands out at night. Dahlin, who is stringent when it comes to quality, works with a 100-year-old manufacturer in Como, Italy who reportedly was one of the first to bring silk from China to Italy. It also happens to be the same manufacturer who made silk for some of Valentino’s early pieces.

photo

Dahlin, who is originally from Sweden but now lives in Monte Carlo, Italy, eschews the blandness that comes with winter layers (“winter clothes in Sweden tend to be super heavy and boring,”) and opts for silk instead.

Burnished bronze satin silk has an impact, and under yellow-hued streetlights, alchemizes from bronze to copper as she moves in the night. She can always throw a jacket over or pair with tall boots for warmth, but in bronze silk like this, you can be sure she’ll bring the party.

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Styling Gabrielle Marceca
Hair Helen Reavy

 

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»Explore another chapter in The Stories:
BBack to the Ancient Future: In the Studio with Romy Northover 

Party Girls: Dressing Up to Get Down with Deitas

Party Girls:
Dressing Up to Get Down with Deitas

Cover

by Alexa Hotz
Photographed by Hanna Tveite

It’s pre-holiday. It’s late night. It’s the city. And she’s out—with an exhaustive agenda of openings and gatherings and “quick drinks.” For what it’s worth, there’s a bounty of advice extolled by glossy magazines on day-to-night looks, but the modern party girl doesn’t care for it. She’s in silk all day, she’s in silk all night. Silk satin even, of the highest quality, thanks to designer Josephine Dahlin’s line called Deitas (that’s Latin for “divinity). Laid up on the sofa, or crawling her way to her next appointment, our model Veronica Kunz explores the sensuality of couture-quality silk.
loewe

The evening begins upright in a stately square-neck blouse with balloon sleeves and a pair of undemanding silk trousers, elastic waistband and all.

photo

And now she’s on the ground, exploring different levels (if you will), and yes, a little fortified with an obligatory bevvy or two. But the look still holds up, ensuring a level of grace and insouciance as the night unfolds. Here she is, below, in a white silk Habotai ankle-length tea dress so saintly that it nearly evokes baptism attire.

Dahlin prefers not to be overdressed in the evening, so silk, an inherently dressy material, gets balanced with details that imply simplicity and an easiness rare to silk garments. Deitas is all about silk made modern, whether it’s Habotai, satin, or charmeuse.

jacquemus

White silk stands out at night. Dahlin, who is stringent when it comes to quality, works with a 100-year-old manufacturer in Como, Italy who reportedly was one of the first to bring silk from China to Italy. It also happens to be the same manufacturer who made silk for some of Valentino’s early pieces.

Dahlin, who is originally from Sweden but now lives in Monte Carlo, Italy, eschews the blandness that comes with winter layers (“winter clothes in Sweden tend to be super heavy and boring,”) and opts for silk instead.

Deitas aims to provide women with carefully edited collections of collectible, coherent, and discreetly luxurious wardrobe essentials.Josephine Dahlin
gabriela hearst 2

White silk stands out at night. Dahlin, who is stringent when it comes to quality, works with a 100-year-old manufacturer in Como, Italy who reportedly was one of the first to bring silk from China to Italy. It also happens to be the same manufacturer who made silk for some of Valentino’s early pieces.

photo

Dahlin, who is originally from Sweden but now lives in Monte Carlo, Italy, eschews the blandness that comes with winter layers (“winter clothes in Sweden tend to be super heavy and boring,”) and opts for silk instead.

Burnished bronze satin silk has an impact, and under yellow-hued streetlights, alchemizes from bronze to copper as she moves in the night. She can always throw a jacket over or pair with tall boots for warmth, but in bronze silk like this, you can be sure she’ll bring the party.

Powered by Assembled Brands
Styling Gabrielle Marceca
Hair Helen Reavy

 

»Shop all Fashion

»Explore another chapter in The Stories:
BBack to the Ancient Future: In the Studio with Romy Northover