Tailoring culture and technological innovation get together with the passion for natural and non-treated fabrics as well as with a detailed research on fits giving birth to a personal, authentic and experienced elegance. This is the Seal Kay independent collection for next fall winter.
The core is represented, as usual, by denim pants, this time in an extra-slim version, although the collection is rich in brand new matchings paying great attention to details. Both for men and women.
Seal Kay Menswear
Precious Japanese denim canvas treated with special procedures dominate the jeans part. Stonewashed to give wavy washing effects and stud-beaten on the pockets for an new look showing on the pocket the Seal Kay logo, reminding of an African tattoo.
Heat-welded labels make a pleasant contrast with the finishing and the hand-made quilting, while the internal linings and details prove a great tailoring taste.
Next to the jeans part, the technical and active motorrad theme shows a perfecto jacket and black waxed and polished denim pants. Slim fit and stretched with special procedures to give the highest ergonomics.
The preppy style is re-interpreted according to a sophisticated nonchalance, with unusual and slightly sensual matchings. Like the tuxedo jacket with silk lapel in light wool and herringboned and embossed cotton canvas to wear with jeans. The tuxedo pin-stripe pants are worn with a grey thick-braided pullover with shawl collar, embellished with a thin internal purple tape. Many T-shirts and polo shirts in the colours of the collection: blue, black, lead grey and bottle green. Tartan shirts with white collar.
Froissé cottons, dyeing and overdyeing and extreme washing treatmetns characterize the historic part which means to remind of “free-market” garments surrounded by the vintage fascination. Waistcoat from the ‘70s in pinstripe wool, shirts with thin collars in striped denim or made up of different fabrics with a series of micro-patterns.
Seal Kay Womenswear
The 5 pocket denim, rigorously slim, presents faded effects, slits and rips following strong washing procedures as well as super-feminine details, such as buttons and rivets in mother-of-pearl or the application of small Swarovski crystals. The top is characterized by funny superimpositions and by knits in superlight jersey with a silky touch. The lines are soft with deep necklines, ruffled sleeves and refined colour tones like plum, pearl grey and powder pink. The extremely light and soft flowered silk dresses from the ’70s in petrol green and aged pink can be worn alone or, once again, with jeans. Silk neo-romantic blouses get slightly mawkish look, with pleats and puffed sleeves.
Pullovers are flared, long, with braid and fretwork, in cream and grey.
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