The Little Diva Jacket – Black
The Little Diva Jacket is a must have.
Made from a remarkable rayon/polyester/spandex blend fabric, it has a silky feel with just enough stretch to make it super comfortable. Asymmetrical zip closure and pockets. Wear casually with jeans, pants or skirt and layer with any colour under… or really glam it up with a silk dress and high heels.
Discover your inner Diva with one of these fabulous jackets. Great for travelling, as they are so light and defy wrinkling.
NOW AVAILABLE IN A 10cm LONGER VERSION – Long
Also available in French Paisley
Model wears size S.
The Little Diva Jacket is manufactured in small runs and everyone in the line from design to production and dispatch enjoys good working conditions and fair pay. For more information see the “Back Story” tab.
Size Table (in cms)
XS = size 8, bust 87, waist 67, hips 94
SML = size 10, bust 92, waist 72, hips 99
MED = size 12, bust 97, waist 77, hips 104
LGE = size 14, bust 102, waist 82, hips 109
XLGE = size 16, bust 107, waist 87, hips 114
XXLGE = size 18, bust 112, waist 92, hips 119
The Little Diva Jacket from Silk Diva
“All runs are small and everyone in the line from design to production and dispatch enjoys good working conditions and fair pay.”
Owner and designer Anna Pryor has a personal history with China. Inheriting a rosewood box and two blue china dragons when her mother died were not the only reasons she has a fascination with the orient. Another was a strong family connection with Hong Kong and Guangzhou where her Great, Great, Uncle William Farmer was buried. He was an entrepreneur and prominent hotelier who owned ‘The Swan’ on Shamian Island, near Guangzhou, and his story certainly played a part in further piquing her interest in the East.
She started Silk Diva in 2007 after teaching English in Hong Kong for 2 years and after that going back twice a year to buy fabric and have garments made in small runs in silk and other fabrics, styles and designs. From pattern making, to cutting and stitching, to the final touches, such as buttons and zips, it has been a personal journey of creativity and discovery.
From the silk markets of Hangzhou and Suzhou in the north, to Humen in Southern China and a close working relationships with pearl and silk workshops, personal tailors and currently two sisters and their husbands Silk Diva evolved into a small eclectic clothing line. All runs are small and everyone in the line from design to production and dispatch enjoys good working conditions and fair pay.
Anna has a close personal relationship with her tailors and their families, often sharing traditional meals with them and visiting their homes.