Dream photographed by Karen Inderbitzen-Waller and Delphine Avril Planqueel

Dadelszen’s latest collection, Dream, offers a luxurious sense of escape

For their latest collection, the creative directors of local luxury fashion brand Dadelszen sought to expand on the juxtapositions spanned by their sought-after label.

Utilising their signature exquisite fabrics and craftsmanship, Edward and Constance von Dadelszen’s timeless, sensual garments explore the dichotomy of precious and practical; modernity and classicism; fantasy and reality.

Left: Grace dinner jacket; Right: Hutton jacket, Courchevel knit, Pika straight leg pant.

Titled Dream, and captured for an evocative campaign by Karen Inderbitzen-Waller and Delphine Avril Planqueel, this collection is especially timely in that each garment offers the wearer a sense of escapism while celebrating the romance of our remoteness.

Sumptuous cashmere knits and fine tailoring are joined by supple leather and softly constructed outerwear, crafted to shield against the elements whether they be city or alpine.

Highlights from the collection include the Carolina coat, which channels quiet luxury with its relaxed, yet precisely cut silhouette, notch lapel and detachable belt, made from unlined pure cashmere zibeline; and the Courchevel knit, imbued with an elegant nonchalance, its wide rib knitted from the softest cashmere into a figure-skimming silhouette.

Left: Carolina cashmere coat.

Designed to be worn for seasons to come, none of the pieces have a planned obsolescence, intended to be harmoniously paired with garments from collections past and future.

Dream is available now in both the Dadelszen studio and online, with the latter having been transformed into a membership-only e-commerce platform. Offering a customised luxury experience, Dadelszen’s new membership site further enhances the brand’s unparalleled discretion, personalisation and devotion to exceptional service.


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