The DIEGA woman has no age.
She can be 25 or 70, she can want to be a little more bobo, a little more classic, in fact it's all working women who need independence.
Nathalie Samson Friedlander
As a little girl, Carole already imagined herself as an Amerindian. Her desire to escape and evoke an elsewhere never left her, and today her creations are inspired by ethnic influences. Feathers, turquoise, the eternal palm tree evoking a pillar, not to mention African-inspired motifs and bangs borrowed from her Amerindian "sisters", adorn the collections.
From her personal history, from the exile of her ancestors, she draws a desire to honor women and offers them a garment of armor, which will carry their independence and freedom.
A new corner of paradise to unite all the women of the world
For several months now, DIEGA has been supporting LA MODE EUROPEENNE in their sustainable development projects. We recycle our used clothing in perfect condition to supply their solidarity boutiques in Africa and keep local jobs alive.