Pence 1979 presented the FW23/24 collection with a dedicated event during Milan Fashion Week, along with an exceptional capsule collection created in collaboration with web couple Anna Kanyuk and Dmytro Kanyuk.
During the event dedicated to the FW23-24 Collection Pence 1979 presented the collaboration with the influencer known for having the longest legs in the world, Anna Kanyuk, on Instagram Stretch Your Limits, and her husband Dmytro Kanyuk, the Veneto-based brand goes even further with denim garments adapted for the sports world.
The couple’s synergy with creative director Dora Zecchin, has created a line of men’s and women’s garments composed of soft materials for both, which promote movement to allow anyone to wear denim and jersey to be comfortable as well. The color palette is bright with tones such as indigo, cookie and flamingo pink; the latter present in small details of each capsule garment.
The women’s collection consists of jersey tank tops, denim kimonos and Bermuda shorts with a gypsy and clean soul at the same time; jeans, mini shorts and skirts, designed four-handedly with Anna and designed to fully accentuate the legs. The line of garments for him features overshirts, jersey t-shirts, five-pockets and vests; it is an ode to travel and relaxation, designed for globetrotters like Dmytro who love movement and coolness at the same time.
To celebrate the capsule, Pence 1979 organized an exclusive event in its Milan showroom during Milan Fashion Week, where it presented the entire line together with Anna and Dmytro.
The collaboration will accompany the brand’s winter collection, a line under the banner of the 90s revival that is inspired, with volumes and shapes, by the unmistakable “Nineties.” A lively and innovative mix of different styles, born from the underground culture of the big cities, resulting in unforgettable casualwear, created with meticulous attention to detail and great craftsmanship. Unmissable also for this season the brand’s most beloved fabric, denim, reproposed with new declinations.