CASUAL collection fall/winter 2020

Focus is set on stylish casualness


ATELIER TORINO presents itself as a MODERN MAN label in an urban environment and it takes up the trend topic E-mobility. Moving motifs together with the corresponding look featuring the theme E-mobility shape the new season. The ATELIER TORINO collection simultaneously combines both business and casualness. Stylish casualness is what focus is set on.

The NEW COLOUR range primarily offers close to plain textures together with the following new colour shades olive, brick and natural. The cloths are particularly characterised by a new feel, e.g. especially wide, velvety curduroy versions or cashmere-like cotton qualities which are particulary soft to the touch. Flat looks, herringbone patterns and plaited looks are essential parts of this capsule. The individual looks of this part of the collection are especially attractive with a bright styling.

The ATHLEISURE range exclusively consists of casual styles,  in shirt versions and with various half-lined styles, Italian or just a mere lining saddle. Innovative jersey qualities are the core of this range. Teddy looks, knitted or piqué looks are indispensable. Textured surfaces and newly patterned woollen looks set accents. houndstooth fabrics, shepherd's check cloths but also blended plain qualities with a woollen look but in jersey qualities set highlights. Of course, all fabrics feature a corresponding stretch part which take account of the ATHLEISURE topic. Traditional style city blazers and wind stopper styles are special highlights, they look woollen but in fact are made of jersey fabrics and tailored with attractive and new stretch linings. Indigo, anthracite and silver shades combined with natural colours are essential colour elements of this range.

NEW SCHOOL offers a modern brit chic look, especially in wool and shetland qualities. Young club stripes with retro shepherd's check patterns are highlights of the collection. Blue shades with burgundy and natural ornaments set accents and take up colour topics of the 60s. Special highlight is the topic 'material mix', shepherd's check and houndstooth fabrics of the same colour family, mixed in one style. Last but not least the retro look is complemented by caps and bow ties. This range is a design counterpoint to the ATHLEISURE topic. Styles with patch pockets, as two- or three-button hunting style versions are indispensable for this range. Among these cloths are some articles with elasthane. Woollen, woollen and linen looks with elegant fabric qualities top off this collection.