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HANDPICKED IS BORN OF THE KNOW HOW OF GIADA SpA
HANDPICKED is the result of the outstanding work of Giada SpA , a Veneto based company that has been a leader in the production of luxury denim for over 30 years.
HANDPICKED is born in 2018 mixing the fabrication chain perfect knowhow that has been acquired through Giada SpA, and also the taste of beautiful collaboration with best Italian Tissu manufactures as Loro Piana, Colombo, Zegna and many others..
The collaboration of HANDPICKED with designers as Ignazio Moser present the "Moser project", a capsule collection of 5 pocket jeans in limited edition denim, which brings together Ignazio Moser's individual style and taste, and the Made in Italy excellence of the denim brand.
MOSER PROJECT WITH IGNAZIO MOSER DESIGNER
The "Moser project" is a celebration of the elegance, care and beauty that encapsulates the very concept of Italian-ness, made possible by a collaboration with Ignazio Moser, who embodies the value of HANDPICKED and becomes an ambassador for the brand. Ignazio Moser stands out for his elegant, understated appearance; he’s an influencer from the world of sport with strong family values, a well-mannered reference point for the young people who buy into the aesthetic of a brand he has supported since its early collections.
“Moser Project” is a shared and character-defining collection in which Ignazio Moser was able to fully express himself, with access to the historic archive of Giada Spa, a company that has stood out in luxury denim for more than 35 years.
Thanks to the deep natural understanding between the two, this collaboration translated into a collection that promotes uniqueness, expressed in garments with exquisite detailing which become iconic and tell the story of a man who is a star of his age, and who seeks urban luxury without compromising on comfort; clothes that can also be worn in more formal situations.
DENIM COLLECTION AND HISTORIC SHAPES AS J688 AND J622
A collection with contemporary, alternative appeal, designed for people whose 5-pocket jeans are the most important item in the wardrobe.
The capsule collection consists of 7 models, one for each day of the week, created for denim lovers.
Styles range from minimal to used, complete with rips and vintage-mood patches. A combination of balance and proportion characterises the simpler styles, while the more elaborate showcase the creative virtuosity of the brand.
Most famous models are Ravello (also called J688 by Giada factory) and also the Orvietto (also called J622 by Giada factory).
In addition to the established shapes Milano (also called J622 slim by Giada factory) and Bronte, which lean towards slim fit, there’s a new, softer look for the on-trend tapered model Verona.
The denims used are exquisite and recycled.
The leather tag, a highly distinctive detail, was specially designed and features high-precision hand-embroidery and the heat-engraved words “Moser Project”, spelling out the two partners in the collaboration.
The metal components are customised, the top button embellished with the same material as the tag.
All garments are identified by a label featuring Moser’s signature. All pieces are rigorously Made in Italy, and every detail conveys the collection’s quality and sartorial attention to detail.
HANDPICKED SPIRIT TROUGH GIADA INDUSTRY
The knowhow and expertise acquired through years of collaboration with some of the biggest brands in the fashion world naturally led the company to undertake its own journey: after working for years only behind the scenes, with HANDPICKED Giada wants to give its contribution the world of denim with an original and personal touch, guaranteeing at the same time a product with excellent materials and details that have always distinguished them from others.
Founded in 1987 Giada SpA produce denim collections, ready to wear and accessories all "Made in Italy".
Stategically located in Adria, in the hearth of Europe's most specialized denim production region. The Giada Group has 300 employees and constantly invest in innovative and environmentally friendly production techniques.