Women

“I often wonder – what’s the most respectful way to approach womenswear,
to design a collection for women?
The more I think about that question, the more I am convinced that a dress - or a coat, a jacket, a shirt –
don’t have to overwhelm women: they must accompany them throughout their day.

Dressing a woman – outfitting her – can come across as an act of imposition by a designer:
I prefer my clothes to become part of people’s lives, to go places with them, becoming part of their wardrobe and their lives.

When we wear our clothes, I would like them to accompany us through each different day
in the same way every time: here and now. Joyfully.”

Women

“I often wonder – what’s the most respectful way to approach womenswear,
to design a collection for women?
The more I think about that question, the more I am convinced that a dress - or a coat, a jacket, a shirt –
don’t have to overwhelm women: they must accompany them throughout their day.

Dressing a woman – outfitting her – can come across as an act of imposition by a designer:
I prefer my clothes to become part of people’s lives, to go places with them, becoming part of their wardrobe and their lives.

When we wear our clothes, I would like them to accompany us through each different day
in the same way every time: here and now. Joyfully.”

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  1. CARLOTTA2
    $1,135
    Double-breasted, baby corduroy jacket Learn More
  2. INDIA
    $1,940
    Double-breasted jacket from the “Massimo Alba inspired by Dedar” special collaboration   Learn More
  3. INDIA
    $2,300
    Double-breasted jacket from the “Massimo Alba inspired by Dedar” special collaboration   Learn More
  4. BOGA
    $415
    Cotton/linen Panama trousers Learn More
  5. VIOLET
  6. SIBILLA
  7. INDIA
    $855
    Double-breasted, pure linen jacket Learn More
  8. SARDINA
    $335
    Cotton/linen bermuda short Learn More
  9. CECI
  10. LIA

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