A-Freak describes the ethnic side of the Spring SUmmer 2013 collection, bringing to life elements coming from remote cultures into a casual-chic and fashionista total look. Here lies the funny videos inspired by this theme. A continent of thousand contradictions. Africa is maybe the last unexplored area in a fully globalized and interconnected world. with its breath-taking landscapes and its people's traditions, this land is capable of stealing your heart so dandy you'd like to bring a piece of it with you forever.
A concrete jungle-inspired theme where need for colour and warmth melt each other into an exotic reminiscence of remote cultures. Wide printed and garment died t-shirts are intended to be matched to pants with pence, net cotton and linen knits and light fabrics jackets that reminds denim canvas. Fittings are wide and relaxed: casual and deconstructed jackets are intended to be worn on printed wrinkled informal shirts. This part of the collection stand out for the mix of ethnic touches and highly technic details, as per nylon proposed in unusual colours or the suspenders in string decorating some of the garments. Raw fabrics like mixed linen, rough and burnt out cottons find their opposite in the bright and materic colours like gold yellow, turquoise and chocolate brown.
This city look is just perfect for your spare time given the abundance of technical, waxed stretch and semi-shiny fabrics. This is a tribute to the Nerd world, the contemporary protagonist of the fashion world thanks to their genuinely refined attitude. This part of the collection features lively contrast given by contrast stitching’s and multi-coloured zipper closures. The many shades of blue, orange, caramel, pure white and intense azure bring to life a reference to the fashion universe. The creative matrix of this part of the collection is bound to the world of superheroes, scientists and videogames. The look is thereby complete by clean-cut preppy polos and shirts to be matched with slim fit piquet blazers enriched by fabric patches.
Inspired by the colorful world of the homonymous youth culture, "In Nerds We Trust" gathers total looks ranging from ironic graphic printed tees linked to the realm of science fiction and superheroes to shirts and suits blending formality and casual. Reinventing the iconic David Bowie's verse "we can be heroes just for one day", the outfits are brought back to life through a series of short videos reflecting every nerd's forbidden dream: to receive super powers and feel like one of their beloved idols. But what if they received some completely un-useful superpowers?
Antony Morato introduces a short fashion film inspired by The Boy from Ipanema Collection, as part of the Spring Summer 2013. Sophisticated yet casual, "Ipanema" introduces a wide range of colorful prints over light cotton t-shirts, nehru collared shirts, faux solid and micro patterns and row cuts on soft pants and cozy linen or cotton jackets. The videos depict several Spring break-inspired funny situations creating a parallel between some world famous cocktails reinvented in the style of Antony Morato according and the collection outfit. Make sure to check "The Boy from Ipanema" Collection looks!
The informal and relaxed mood at the heart of this inspiration is given by a selection of fabrics and natural colours like sand, mud, dust azure, chalk white. Sophisticated yet ready to wear, this look propose a wide variety of sensual colourful prints over light cotton t-shirts, nehru collared shirts faux solid and micro patterns. Pieces of apparel are brought back to life thanks to row cuts on soft pants and cozy linen and cotton jackets. A final touch is the use of natural fabrics like herringbones, waxed canvas or double coloured oxford shirts, as opposite to technical fabrics reinvented in a vintage style.