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Partnered Story December, 4 2013

5 Themes from the Antony Morato Fall/Winter 2013 Collection

Italy’s Antony Morato for Fall/Winter 2013 delivers an extensive collection of menswear that reflects the brand’s dynamic composition and diversity in culture. These cultures speak through Antony Morato garments and help show a range of wears and styles. In this thematic look, we share five expressions that apply Morato’s Fall/Winter 2013 collection to various men of the world and show how easily they cross personalities and styles.

Bohemian Dandy

Featuring a wide range of blue dark colors, with little absinth-green glimpses and seductive dark prints. This snob and sophisticated look makes a broad use of iconic pieces, like tailcoats and tights, to be worn  over floral or micro-pois-patterned shirts. Jacket reverses are enriched by such accessories as bow-ties, lacquered pins, and felt flowers.

Reporter

The ’70s beat reporter is channeled in these modern looks that apply glen-plaid fabrics, pinstripes and brownish, mustard and ochre patterns on silhouettes that speak to the serious gentlemen.

Movie Star

The bright lights of Hollywood glamour are inspiration for these looks from Antony Morato. Special tribute is paid to “Technicolor Hollywood” through the use of asymmetrical buttoning, shiny canvases, metallic glows and profiled lurex bows.

Middle Ages

Medieval costumes and the avant-garde provide the backdrop for Antony Morato’s slim-fitting silhouettes. Layering becomes important in the loops with light knits matching with short jackets and long sweats. Felt and boiled wool help work the cold winter months.

Postcard from Italy

Where “The Reporter” looked to the ’70s, “Postcards from Italy” looks further back to South Europe in the ’60s. Prints and graphics remind the age of Neorealism, adding a touch of nostalgia. The era was one of comfort and Antony Morato’s garments speak to the times: reversed jackets are roomy and comfortable, working well with long-sleeve shirts and quilted raw linens.

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