Jane Diefenbach Skirt in Ice
Made in thick cotton drill, this medium length skirt is made to be worn in the city over some high heel sandals, as well as on holidays, with flats or simple white trainers.
The Diefenbach print is a celebration of this philosopher's worship of nature, with a pattern of shadowy dancers and musicians marching joyously in single file as in his most famous work of art, a 68-metre-long frieze entitled Per Aspera ad Astra – “through hardship to the stars”. It embodies the summer spirit as a religion of freedom. It all goes back to the time when he lived on the island of Capri, in the 1930s, where he had established a very controversial and scandalous commune.
Screen printed by hand.
100% cotton drill.