At the heart of D’Ascoli is its artisanal, considered production methods. Each piece is made by hand in Inida, combining both ancient and modern techniques including hand-embroidery and digital printing. Utilising locally grown cotton and silks, the label creates its bohemian collections with the utmost attention to detail and each and every collection draws it's inspiration from a wide range of global influences.
In 2006, D’Ascoli founded the Talianna Studio in New Delhi: a design and product development atelier, creating luxury fabrics for interior decoration. In 2012, Cecile D’Ascoli began developing a garment collection at the studio. Her approach was based on the types of clothing she herself would want to wear – easy-going dresses and tops with a casual, bohemian vibe. Creating our edit was challenging simply because the whole collection is so beautiful.