The Portuguese brand of tailoring, Dielmar, celebrates the recognition of Fado as intangible heritage of humanity in its new collection for the autumn/winter 2012/2013.
With a collection dedicated to Fado, Fado singers, guitar players and masters of the Portuguese guitar, the Portuguese brand Dielmar sets nostalgia aside to give a new look to its traditional tailoring pieces, such as suits and blazers, recreated in innovative blends of fabrics in wool/cotton, washed wool and wool/cashmere/silk.
Top quality fabrics that present themselves with a clean look in de-structured coats, without shoulder pads, unlined and without any kind of horsehair or buckram, with natural shoulders.
Knitwear in thick handmade-looking games, boots and bags in leather and berets in fabric are also part of the proposals for the upcoming cold season and «reflect the strength of a people who fight and feel victorious», as highlighted by the brand headquartered in Alcains, which proudly boasts a history of 47 years of “made in Portugal”.
Another key piece for the season are the scarves in pure wool or wool/cashmere, often used by Fado singers, as well as bow-ties and neckties in knitted fabric, «which enhance the rustic character and, at the same time, the charm and subtlety of an art today recognized as Intangible Heritage of humanity».
In terms of colour, greys and browns dominate the palette, with touches of orange, aubergine, petroleum and beige.