Woman in Black
“Es negro, cuervo y mujer” (It is black, a crow and a woman) is a project by D-Due in collaboration with 90_20 that aims to team up the creative spaces of fashion and ceramics to put together a small collection in which the attributes and symbols articulated are shaped into a vehicle for the modus vivendi and the modus operandi of the D-Due brand.
The use of the color black, the color of crows, came associated with the trauma of the loss of a loved one. Assuming this form of mourning was the device that announced entering into a life associated with rigor. Women in black gradually gathered wisdom, knowledge, and why not say so, power; it is a silent power, given that they are converted into totems. In Galicia they are known as “meigas” or witches. The proposal is constructed on the basis of aligning three ideas: a chromatic concept, black; a functional concept, the garment and objects that link us to domestic life; and a final concept, more complex in nature, reminding us of the roots and the myth in question: “the woman in black”.