Dianora Salviati


For Spring / Summer 2020, Dianora Salviati fills her collection of hand-loomed scarves and kaftans with a rich, comprehensive palette of luscious textures and hand-painted fabrics.

Filled with geometric and striated designs, airy fabrics, and vibrant colors, the collection is inspired by Salviati’s Tuscan and Roman heritage.

Each scarf and kaftan in the collection is named after one of her family’s female ancestors.

Effortlessly elegant, the relaxed yet luxurious feel of the collection captures the atmosphere of summer in Tuscany.

The ample collection of cashmere, silk, linen and bamboo is often interwoven with a touch of lurex, or is hand-painted in eco-friendly colors.

The Dianora Salviati collection retails in the finest boutiques and department stores around the world.


In 2000 Dianora Salviati showed her first collection, causing an immediate sensation in the luxury accessories market.

She felt a commitment to creating scarves that would reflect her passion for craftsmanship, elegance, and refinement.

When The New York Times referred to her scarves as “the ultimate hushed status symbol,” it became clear that Dianora Salviati had accomplished her goal and more.

The superiority of the raw materials and time-intensive production process set Dianora Salviati scarves apart.

The scarves are hand-loomed in Italy in the finest natural materials: cashmere, wool, linen, cotton, hemp, silk, wool and many other mixed fibers.

Known for their lightweight feel, the scarves come in deeply-saturated monochromatic tones and original patterns.

Each collection’s vibrant designs are attributable to her expert eye for fabric and color.

The designer’s trademark edgy glamour shows in the many abstract prints and innovative use of materials, which range from hand-embroidery to paint.

Dianora Salviati’s interest in textiles and traditional weaving began at a young age, after looking through her family archives and reading about her ancestor, Jacopo Salviati, who had founded the “Arte di Lana” (or “Art of Wool”) company in the XIV century.

While traveling throughout India, the intensely rich textile hues she encountered provided the additional inspiration that would lead to the creation of her own line.

The collections combine a respect for quality craftsmanship with a thorough understanding of color and prints.

As the brand gained prominence in the luxury market, Dianora Salviati has worked with other notable designers.

She has been called to collaborate with Tomas Maier on his scarf and pareo collections.

Today the Dianora Salviati scarf collection retails in the finest international luxury stores.


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