THE CHEMISE ARCHIVE
Going back to history of art, when wandering through galleries and museums, we noticed the historical chemise depicted in Caravaggio's exalted works, meanwhile gazing at them for hours. Radical, romantic and rebellious, the chemise origin dates back to the Middle Ages. At first portrayed on mythological and subdued characters, later on it became a symbol of revolution, as worn by the freedom fighters, and evolved into an essential part of enfant terrible's everyday outfit.
As seen in the intimate portraits of Schiele, Picasso and Modigliani, the modern chemise is worn by radical muses, expressing revolt, sensuality and a sense of mystery. Carrying an understated and effortlessly confident look and a chic - yet - rebellious city feel, the chemise is a central piece in the contemporary woman's wardrobe and her fast paced life.
NOIR CATCHER line redefines the chemise and embrace classic styles to their very essence translated in modern design language via noble Italian craftsmanship extended with a new conscious approach to creation.