The black suit fabric is 100% merinos ‘wool of Dashing tweeds, The fabric of the garment recall in the design the plain weave, in an undefined weave in blue, red and green colours, we can see backlit chessboard, black on black, the buttons are the same as the size in the whole jacket, as the slit of the sleeves that remains unchanged in the number that it has four per sleeve, even here as in the other suits the buttonhole are handmade. In the button is represented the same drawn into the fabric in an interweaving between warp and weft, in a continuous evoking of the garment and the fabric, that is merging one another: dress-fabric-button, in an infinitive circular relation in straightening each other.
A CONTINUOUS GAME
The suit pattern is a Prince of Wales100% British wool, luminous in its colour and in three tone of the Dashing tweeds. In the dress we can see how the curves lines of breasted- flap are repeated in the same proportion and size in the underlying part of the fronts like a continuous and harmonious game. In the dress there are double parallel pockets, with horizontal buttons and buttonholes hand made.
In the button we find written “Carpe Diem” to denote the dress soul.
The suit in pure merinos’ wool of Smith woollens reminds the imagine of masculine dress, for the colour and the reinforcement herringbone pattern. The real reference to the dress is the colours contrast made from the buttons and handmade buttonholes,
In the colour, that is no longer the same fabric as in the man’s dress, but it has pink colour, it creates in the dress a horizontal cuts game wanted in their repetitiveness.
Even the buttonhole is considered the last element of the dress, it becomes the most important, a standards reversal.
THE RICHNESS OF ELEMENTS
The Ulster is 100 Lambswool, it has been created in colour contrast with red lining, that we can find in the whole dress, but in the refined flaps, the handguards and the martingale.
The buttons are horn made and the buttonholes are handmade.