Nikki wears the Jitrois Catsuit.

Dadelszen’s new collection is here, and the timing couldn’t be better

Since its inception, Dadelszen has been unapologetic in its pursuit of luxury, creating collections that harness the skill of sought-after artisans and showcase fabrics of the highest quality. As such, it has become a brand deserving of a place alongside some of the world’s most iconic labels — its designs a source of perpetual sartorial inspiration that we return to season after season. And while the brand has built its reputation on discreet, exclusive luxury and reliable word-of-mouth, it is with the release of its new Autumn/Winter capsule that Dadelszen is pulling back the curtain on its new digital home, making a winter-wardrobe update easier than ever.

DJ wears the Olympique Jacket, Cashmere Tee, Brera Cotton and Cashmere Cord Chino and the Teodora Boot; Nikki wears the Quant Rollneck (coming soon), Florentina Coat in pure Loro Piana Cashmere, Solo Leather Skirt and Alexandre Vauthier Suede Knee High Boots available from Faradays.

The new collection is a line-up of the kinds of pieces we tend to covet over winter, but finished in Dadelszen’s typically meticulous style. Winter tailoring, for example, goes well beyond flattering cuts to hero wool/mohair blends, silk-facing lapels and autumnal textiles in collaboration with iconic Italian fabrics company, Loro Piana. Womenswear pieces like the Helena Tuxedo and Valletta jackets are given a wintry reimagining, while for the men, styles like the Edward jacket has been created in a rich navy colour, and also offered in an exquisite snow grey cashmere — putting a sumptuous twist on this everyday piece. Similarly, the brand’s Prince shawl-lapel dinner jacket has been reimagined in a deep blue velvet, making it the perfect finishing touch for any after-dark look.

From left: Valletta Tuxedo Jacket, Jitrois Alihigh Lambskin Leather Trousers and Giuseppe Zanotti Pris Wedges, available from Faradays; Helena Double Breasted Jacket and Diana Silk Blouse.

Elsewhere in the new collection, Dadelszen has created a series of impossibly cosy, chunky knits, that are promising to be the hardest working pieces in our winter wardrobes. Available to pre-order now, these knits have all been made in either pure Loro Piana cashmere or in a luxurious cashmere/silk blend. (because Dadelszen never does things by halves) and offer a range of cuts to suit any shape or style.

Carolina Coat in Pure Cashmere Zibeline, Moritz Cable Knit Sweater in Pure Loro Piana Cashmere, and the Jitrois Dee Pencil Skirt in Pecan Suede Lambskin Leather.

Completing the new offering is a raft of leather pieces, arriving directly from Paris (Dadelszen is an exclusive stockist of French leather-wear icon, Jitrois). Perfect for the inevitable inclement weather, the latest leather for her includes Jitrois’ high-waisted trousers, the perfect miniskirt and an ultra-supple, lambskin leather catsuit (if you’re feeling that way inclined). One of the only iterations of this style in the Southern Hemisphere, the Jitrois catsuit is a mainstay of the brand and features a low-slung waist belt and high collared neck. If it’s a sartorial statement you’re looking to make this season, look no further.

From left: Perfecto Biker Jacket in Chocolate Suede, Cashmere Tee, Brera Cotton and Cashmere Cord Chino and Costanza Suede Boots; Catskill Half Zip Sweater in Slate Grey Pure Loro Piana Cashmere.

For him, a new style of jacket, the Olympique, joins Dadelszen’s timeless Andy Moto jackets and Dean Reversible jackets (this season in a sleek petrol green colour) all of which have been expertly produced by Seraphin, another bastion of French leather-wear.

Arriving just as we are getting our winter wardrobes up to scratch, Dadelszen’s new offering is a masterclass in timeless, wearable luxury and is exactly what we will be reaching for in the season ahead.

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