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Featured in publications like Glamour, Goji Magazine, Style Cruze Japan, and Style Weekly among others, Gallerista is an ultimate wearable art brand


An award-winning artist and educator, Diana Stelin launched Gallerista during the pandemic.

What kept Diana motivated during the quarantine was a childhood dream that had nestled in her heart at the tender age of five: to become a fashion designer. Though she temporarily set this dream aside while pragmatically pondering how to commercialize her skills, it persisted, returning in vivid visions even at forty. Now, that dream has blossomed into reality, and has been taking the world by storm.


Through unique limited edition prints inspired by her paintings, Diana seamlessly merges her artistic vision with her passion for fashion. Drawing from her gallery background, she crafts capsules tailor-made for the empowered, creative woman.

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Sustainability at Gallerista 


Sustainability at Gallerista 

Sustainability at Gallerista 

Eco-clothes means careful fabric selection, as well as German-designed software for waste-free production.


We are committed to sourcing quality materials that will have less impact on the environment. But it’s not just the fabrics and trims that make a product sustainable, it’s working to ensure that the processes we use are kind to the planet too. At Gallerista, this is what we call our environmental responsibility.

Sustainability is not just about minimizing our environmental impact. We also focus on our commitment towards the people who make our products. We refer to this as our social responsibility and believe that the strong relationships we have built with our global suppliers are at the heart of delivering on our goals and standards in this area.

Environmental Responsibility



Our fabrics are imported from Japan and Italy with specific focus on quality cotton, silk, linen and tencel.

We love tencel because of its controlled production. It's a renewable raw material from bamboo pulp. It's biodegradable and compostable.



We purchase and import fabric at higher rates in limited quantities to make sure there's no excess inventory.

German software aligns our limited edition pieces so that all production is waste-free.


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Recycled and Repurposed 

TENCEL™ fibers are derived from sustainable wood sources, harvested from certified and controlled sources following the stringent guidelines of the Lenzing Wood and Pulp Policy.

TENCEL™ Lyocell fibers  have gained the reputation for their
environmentally responsible closed loop production process, which
transforms wood pulp into cellulosic fibers with high resource effciency
and low ecological impact. This solvent-spinning process recycles process water and reuses the solvent at a recovery rate of more than 99%. This
economically viable manufacturing process received the European Award for the Environment from the European Commission.

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