Elegance disrupts the status quo
Elegance disrupts the status quo:
WHEN A GARMENT HAS THE POWER TO BREAK THROUGH BARRIERS.
The charm of the medieval knights has the magical allure of bringing us back into an era of mystery, power and battles in which under heavy armor and ornaments they moved driven by codes of conduct and a halo of invincibility. However, the Middle Ages is much more than this. It was also the period in which festivals were the showcases of nobility and military elite prestige with all their pomp.
A collective imaginary made up of horseback rides opposed to long tunics and corsages that slenderize the figure finds its strong point also in the attire they were wearing, recreated in a number of films difficult to account for. Physical strength, sense of honor and courage were combined with elegance and a pride enhanced by the good manners of men and women often protected in cloaks and hoods that gave an aura of authentic anonymity.
Embodying a well-defined idea of a clear break, the Templar cape is precisely our source of inspiration for a dramatic change of direction and attitude. This garment, considered the perfect spark for a conversation and a point of rebellion, represents the symbol of the struggle for unceasingly going further and avoiding comfort. When it comes to clothes, thinking out of the box turns to be an imperative for all women who fearlessly take risks without giving up elegance.
THINKING OUT OF THE BOX TURNS TO BE AN IMPERATIVE FOR ALL WOMEN WHO FEARLESSLY TAKE RISKS WITHOUT GIVING UP ELEGANCE.
As scientists always looking for the next breakthrough, Davide Cenci is always pushing the boundaries, within his own field, with new proposals that revive the past. Striving for innovation in fashion, manufacturing processes and fabrics prove to be crucial to constantly moving and to disrupting the status quo.
Our cover immortalizes our overcheck cloak in a mixture of pure wool and cotton that surrounds the model itself. This creative expedient results in a sincere homage to the original blend enriched by the Prince of Wales pattern and raised fibers finishing. The symbolic hole in the fabric stresses once again the concept of keep pushing the limits. Its frayed fabric highlights the texture peculiarity converting the wearer into a worth-noticing protagonist.
The search for new forms of elegance leads the Dal 1926 collection to accept the challenge to distinguish itself by going elsewhere, where not everyone dares. It is in the courage not to sit back that one develops the curiosity to discover what is beyond the wall, still keeping oneself at least one step away from exceeding.
[The fabric is available for this model but also for three-quarter-length coat].
BURGUNDY WOOL AND COTTON JACQUARD CROPPED DAVIDE CENCI JACKET WITH OVERCHECK MOTIF. DAL 1926 CORDUROY WHITE PALAZZO PANTS.