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Antony Morato Spring/Summer 2015

Last year we saw a great collection for Antony Morato, and after seeing them showcase again at Pitti this season, SS15 is just as impressive. For Spring/Summer, Antony Morato offers a mix of present-day and modern looks, created for ease for a man when choosing and styling his own look. 

Again, the collection is divided into three lines, Black, Gold and Silver. Each range is defined by style to meet the requirements and aesthetics for the modern, cosmopolitan and international man.


The Black range is perfect for the fashion forward man. In terms of the fabric, it's a combination of printed designs and minimalistic dyes to create a handcrafted characteristic; with some pieces in stonewashed tones.

Allowing a modern man to combine distressed items and boots with formal tailoring and bowties, we can see the black range found its inspiration from both the past and present, with classical pieces in a much more up to date and contemporary collection. 

Black, as a clue in the name is the base colour for the range, and combined together with other golden and brighter tones, building completely exceptional style. For a more modern twist and while all pieces in the range are tailor-made, some items have been mixed with athletic-type fabrics for a real modern feel. 


A more casual and relaxed style from the collection. The Gold range has created an ideal of venturing on city breaks during the hot summer. In hues of peach and white combined with pale greys, the range is very light and easy to wear.

The gold range is designed to be worn for a variety of different occasions, by incorporating a combination of patterns and styles, from Breton stripes, t-shirts with monochromatic prints and classic denim. To add, Morato has blended a variety of colours and fabrics into this collection, ranging from shirts to topcoats and t-shirts to jeans. 

The range has been modernised for the season with a combination of new fabrics and designs, however, still maintaining the true essence of Antony Morato in quality and aesthetic. 


Lastly, and to complete the collection, the Silver range is aimed at the sporty male for a complete sport casual look. We see graphic prints in undertones of blues and greys allowing for the range to be suitable for the gym as well as other casual outings. Formal jackets and shirts are still visible, however in jersey fabrics, creating a range perfectly suited to the modern man.

Rakelle Maurici

With a thirst for exploration and over 10 years of writing experience, Rakelle is a keen fashion, travel and culture storyteller. Her work, from city guides to short stories, has been featured in both global print and digital media.

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