Pence 1979 for next winter season is inspired by the sea and its colors, the cold winds that blow from the North and the sunsets that color the beaches. The seafaring mood of the collection is told through special processing
of the garments that refer to the typical clothing of fishermen, in a mix of braids, stripes and mariniere patterns.
The real novelty of this season is the knitwear, for the first time Pence 1979 dedicates a part of the collection
to two wraparound garments for FW 22-23. The idea of widening the merchandise offer was born from the strong friendship between Dora Zecchin, Creative Director of Pence 1979 and Danilo Paura, historical friend of the brand and knitwear expert. From the synergy of the two designers come the key pieces of this collection: an oversized cardigan with colored embroidery, a distinctive element of the brand, and a black and white crew-neck pullover with marine elements revisited in a modern key.
There is no shortage of iconic denim garments in this FW22-23 that this year present new fits: for men,
the five- pocket bottom twenty-six, a classic palazzo pant that recalls the wide model worn by sailors;
for women, the gaucho that enhances the feminine waistline by creating a sort of corset typical of the ’50s.
Oversized fit and fluid style are the masters in this collection FW22-23, which sees worker jackets and shirts,
both for men and women. Outerwear includes peacot-cut coats with anchors printed on the sleeves, the varsity jacket in blue/black and red, and coats with raglan sleeves embellished with hand-embroidered cardinal points.
The color palette shows strong tones such as black, blue and gray of the sea that contrast with the warm red, orange and yellow of the sunsets on the beach.
Since 1979, the Venetian brand has evolved collection after collection, embracing new trends and keeping unchanged the quality of raw materials and the desire to experiment with special treatments. Also, this season Pence 1979 reconfirms the genderless soul that has always characterized the brand, creating new languages
and underlining once again the innate ability to interpret the world around us.