Flashbacks materializing themselves
We choose to dedicate a section to the pocket square and to tell its story in the next lines because it is with this little square of cloth that our idea began to take shape.
We decided to take back a decorative accessory of men's clothing whose origins reside in ancient times. The pocket square was born in fact in eighteenth-century France, where the king chose according to his mood or according to the dress to wear a handkerchief to fall cascade from the pocket of the jacket. Fabrics were rich and precious, of the most disparate colors and decorated with bows and lace.
In the nineteenth century the pocket square, white in color, was worn folded into the pocket of the tailcoat and, as we can still imagine today, a man offering his handkerchief to the moved lady, it is a kind and caring gesture that will become a symbol of grace and gallantry.
The accessory, although remaining present in the fashion of high society, has remained a bit 'in the shadows in the following century and, in the latest years, it harmoniously reappears from the pockets of men's jackets for a return to an image of sophistication and good taste, a sign of recognition of elegance and refinement.