PT01 Spring Summer '017 collection is inspired by California in the 1960's
From the Robb Report Luxury Newswire
Californian beaches, Caribbean atolls, and the luxurious Suffolk County are the destinations that inspired the PT01 SS ‘017 Men’s Collection.
PT Pantaloni Torino gets in a van from the 1960’s and takes a drive to surfers’ paradise.
Sun, waves, and the exotic wonders of nature have all influenced the fabrics, colors, and linings of the garments created by the Turin-based premium trouser maker. All the styles from the Spring Summer collection have been created with the Californian way of life and its destinations in mind. A few pants even carry their names: Turtle Cove, Shaka, and San Blas.
The sun of the Caribbean islands is reflected in the garment-dyed trousers, with their summer drenched colors and vintage look, while the most popular Californian beach sport, surfing, is featured on the trouser linings.
Adding-up to the sartorial quality of the collection PT Pantaloni Torino proposes this year a special model that is available in three different fabrics: a fresh and comfortable, washable stretch wool fabric, offered in “dusty” colors; a three-dimensional, stretch cotton fabric in a faded look; and lastly, a gabardine fabric for the Surf Special Edition.
The most loyal customers can discover different fits in the new collection, as well as the artisanal skills, elegance, and originality that have made PT01 a “must have” in every man’s wardrobe.