Many people, one product
A TEAM WORKS AROUND COMMON GOALS.
Every product is always the result of a careful, well-structured teamwork.
We have recently been forced to revisit among other things our work routine; this newly acquired flexibility in terms of working place and time is certainly not bad, but has also changed the warm, close-knit and personal way of working together we were all so used to.
We now use modern and interconnected ways of working in team from afar. Will the future always look like this?
EVERY PRODUCT IS ALWAYS THE RESULT OF A CAREFUL, WELL-STRUCTURED TEAMWORK.
Of course, also the Davide Cenci’s team started working from home, and we may lean toward this more and more in the future; and yet, there are several steps of the production process that just can’t be done at home. When it comes to our industry, things like selecting fabrics and materials, or choosing which hues and prints are better for what will be the upcoming trends that we have carefully studied; not to mention the coordination of the accessories that match with the garments.
We also need to work on the prototype and all its possible modifications before thinking of its presentation in the shops and the whole communicative process. All of this leads different roles to interact in person and at present, though, this interaction happens remotely, thanks to the constant and crucial help of technology and the digital world.
The process goes on flawlessly only by coordinating the whole collection and creating a clear brand image and representativeness. Well, on this week’s cover is one of the outfits that best represents the all-time elegance by Davide Cenci: a suit made in a tropical Prince of Wales wool with a brown-colored background. The two-button, double-vented jacket is totally unlined: a comfortable and light weight item to be used even on the hottest days. Baby-blue lines brighten up the design of the jacket and of the flat front trousers. With its spread collar, the baby-blue cotton poplin shirt pairs beautifully with the tie; this one is inevitable, albeit a little bit forgotten lately. Here, it is an unlined seven-fold tie made of polka-dot silk jacquard.
…waiting for meetings and formal occasions to be back in our days, and the tie to take his preeminent role back.
Teamwork for an elegant world.
DAL 1926 SUIT IN TROPICAL PRINCE OF WALES WOOL WITH BROWN-COLORED BACKGROUND, TWO-BUTTON AND DOUBLE-VENTED JACKET.