Discover PENCE 1979 Fall Winter 2022.23 Collection, that was inspired by the sea and its colors, the winds that blow from the North, and the sunsets that color the beaches, presented with a lookbook, as a part of the ongoing Milan Fashion Week. The collection explores the typical fishermen looks. It contrasts strong tones such as black, blue and gray with the warm red, orange and yellow. Designer Danilo Paura collaborated with knitwear expert Dora Zecchin on the key pieces of the collection: An oversized cardigan with colored embroidery, and a black and white crew-neck pullover with marine elements revisited in a modern way.
“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.” – from Pence 1979