The crucial role of details:
“GOD IS IN THE DETAILS”: THE UTMOST CARE IN MANUFACTURING
“In order to create something extraordinary, your mind must be relentlessly focused on every tiniest detail”, Giorgio Armani, a legend of the Italian fashion industry, declared.
When designing his buildings, famous German architect and designer Mies Van Der Rohe has always paid extreme attention to details as well as to his own sartorial elegance, and spoke about details to the same extent: he actually used to say that “God is in the details”.
We can’t help agreeing with them: especially when it comes to our Dal 1926 collection, we strongly believe details are what makes each item unique.
Follow our cover’s big arrows to see how special the quilted jacket by Dal 1926 is; its Storm System Favola fabric, a wool and cashmere blend, is patented by Loro Piana, the Italian leading woolen company.
WHEN IT COMES TO OUR DAL 1926 COLLECTION, WE STRONGLY BELIEVE DETAILS ARE WHAT MAKES EACH ITEM UNIQUE.
The regular quilting holds the soft goose-down padding and keeps the three-quarter, stand-up collar jacket light and non-bulky. The knitted cuffs are perfect to keep you warm on any occasion, in particular when riding a motor-scooter. The jacket also has a hidden hood, a double zippered closure with a covered placket and five pockets: three zippered pockets are on the outside and two pockets are inside the inner brown lining with contrasting orange stitching.
Despite the many refined details, the jacket is extremely easy and comfortable to wear, even when traveling.
This winter, combine the jacket with the ivory-white, 5-ply cashmere cable turtleneck sweater by Dal 1926, and the flat-front, mini-houndstooth wool trousers by Davide Cenci.
Once you wear this outfit, you’ll no longer need arrows for your uniqueness to be noticed.
QUILTED JACKET BY DAL 1926 IN STORM SYSTEM FAVOLA FABRIC, A WOOL AND CASHMERE BLEND, COMBINED WITH THE IVORY-WHITE, 5-PLY CASHMERE CABLE TURTLENECK SWEATER BY DAL 1926.