Adrina Dietra

Adrina Dietra Luxury Lingerie and Apothecary Goods

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Adrina Dietra x Blackroot | Valentine’s 2021


I have run through this labyrinth many times, in search of my love. It wasn’t until I realized I was the lost one, that I found the center. -AG

Muse/Edits: #Blackroot @billi3.blackroot on ig

Garments/Styling: #AdrinaDietra @adrinadietra on ig {shop currently 100% appt only with a focus of [making] folx purchase via web}

Song: ‘Grains de Beaute’ by Céu {legal verbiage: we do not own the rights to this song and thus in some areas or places, you may hear mutes}

Featured Collections: Bruja!, Basque, Labyrinth


A bit on each capsule:

Labyrinth Limited Capsule Collection — 

The idea for this collection was inspired by the Pale Man character in the movie ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ by Guillermo del Torro, due to the intricate lace detail. While in the development stage, I envisioned the labyrinth as more of a mental place, than a physical, and the ways we as people become trapped in them, even if the path to the center is clear.

All of the fabric of this hand made garment was sourced in New York. The Tea colorway is hand dyed using small batches of natural tea leaf dye.

All straps are fully adjustable. Accented with nickel-free gold hardware.


Basque Capsule Collection —

This is still, actually, in the development stage, but this particular item went well with what we were going to be shooting. The collection will be a play on layering — sheers on sheers with hints of opaque in the most ‘societally delicate’ of places {nips, vag, gusset}–reflecting the censoring of views and their relation to the layers we must peel away as we become closer to being comfortable in our own skin.

Fabric for this capsule has been sourced here in NY and is of 100% ethically sourced Silk in the make-up of Tulle and Charmeuse. Straps will be 100% adjustable and be adorned with nickel-free, Antique bronze coated metal.


Bruja! Capsule Collection —

Bruja! is a celebration of the return to our ancestral roots. It highlights the resurgence of understanding the misunderstood, within the constant waves and shifts of human knowledge. The collection gathers the elements of the universe, to create the vision of a collective beauty–such as the enlightenment gained when taking time to familiarize ourselves with the unknown.

Earth {the ‘dried’ flowers of the fabric}, Fire {the color of the velvet}, Water {was represented in the turquoise adornments some models wore when this premiered at the Harold Pratt House on NYC’s Upper East Side during fashion week, February of 2019. Was also represented as an option of hand beadwork for made-to-measure clients that purchased items that utilized the 1950s vintage lace containing pieces}, Air {the lace depicted stars and clouds of the sky}

Velvet fabric for this collection was sourced from a close out to help combat fashion waste. Lace was vintage from 1950 of stock that had not been used. The stretch mesh was sourced in NYC’s garment district. Metal is all nickel-free.