TYH Boutique is thrilled to announce a new addition to our designer line-up: Dolcezza. Dolcezza joins our lines of Frank Lyman and Joseph Ribkoff to offer an even more remarkable selection of the most current styles and fashion trends.
Headquartered in Montréal, Dolcezza is a fashion design house creating thoroughly modern separates and accessories. Guiding their design style is the belief that fashion should make strong statements through meticulous attention to detail, curated patterns and prints, and natural fabrics. Manufacturing takes place in Europe.
A truly unique aspect of Dolcezza design is from where the patterns and prints are sourced. Dolcezza collaborates with artists who have given license to the company to use their creations. The art then becomes the muse from which not only the unique prints and patterns are formed but inspires the design of the piece, as well. Dolcezza ensures that the artistic style, for which the individual artists are known, is maintained. This partnership results in an innovative and exciting fusion of art and fashion.
One of the many internationally known artists with whom Dolcezza collaborates is Magrikie Berg. Ms. Berg’s impressive career includes having her illustrations featured on the first-ever Scratch-&-Sniff Stamps for the United States Postal Service. Bright, happy, and whimsical best describe her artistic style.
Warm, rich palettes uniquely interpreting the English countryside is the signature style of artist Natalie Rymer, another Dolcezza collaborator. Her art elevates and transforms the material on which it adorns into beautiful, wearable art.
Irish-born and second-generation artist John Nolan’s work is distinctive in its use of vibrant colour and is instantly recognizable. Mr. Nolan believes that art is a visual language with his style speaking an energetic and optimistic language.
Other artists with whom Dolcezza collaborates include Lutz Baar, whose work has been described as feeling like summer and joy of life; Jane Davis, who delights in delving into the many combinations of line, shape, and colour; Eric le Pape, who alternates shades and light; Sarah Ogren, whose whimsical paintings convey joy, cheerfulness, and positivity; and many more.
The purpose of art is to make the viewer feel something. It is supposed to help us see the world through another’s perspective. And, as Thomas Merton famously said, “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.”
The purpose of fashion is to differentiate our outer selves and express our inner selves through how and in what we “wrap” ourselves. While art is considered a visual language and is supposed to speak to the observer, fashion is similarly visual and also speaks to the observer. Combining beautiful and vibrant art with modern fashion design is a brilliant way of giving you, the contemporary woman, the means to express your inner and outer self through both art and fashion.
THY Boutique invites you to browse the design gallery of Dolcezza. We’re sure you’ll quickly become a collector of their stunning pieces.
What is your favourite piece in the new Dolcezza line?