Difu, Noun, A New Accessory

In addition to designing a gorgeous collection inspired by Ancient Greek architecture and lacey Victoriana, Central St. Martins grad Bryce D'anice Ai
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In addition to designing a gorgeous collection inspired by Ancient Greek architecture and lacey Victoriana, Central St. Martins grad Bryce D'anice Ai
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In addition to designing a gorgeous collection inspired by Ancient Greek architecture and lacey Victoriana, Central St. Martins grad Bryce D'anice Aime created some of the most clever accessories we've seen in some time. They're called "difus," and they're meant to be worn on the wrist. In the front, they're all frothy lace, ribbons, and bows. Small straps and buckles on the reverse hold the difu in place. You can wear it with a long-sleeved top or under a three-quarter length sweater and it looks like the sleeves of an intricate blouse peeping out. Or, you can wear one or two with a party dress for a look that's partly punk wristband and partly fabric jewelry. Either way, you've got an accessory that's totally original. --ALISON COOL

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