I am aware of the standard order of adjectives preceding a noun. A group of us are having a discussion on how to properly label something when adjectives are labeling it outside of standard sentence, just as a title. We have something titled armour (red platebody) - the original label, and it is the title of a webpage. We need to keep the format except the internals of the parenthesis, either 'red, platebody' or 'platebody, red'. Red in this case is colour and it also signifies tiers as there are other colours that are better/worse.
My understanding and a few others is that it should be labelled, Armour (platebody, red) while others argue the standard order of (red, platebody) is correct instead. Wikipedia doesn't have a case for this outside keeping the original label as it is natural and concise, but if the original was not acceptable. Which is correct?
It is a fairly silly issue, but we're looking for outside views.
More broadly, do lists like this follow standard ordering or reverse ordering of adjectives?