Iconic garments, refined proposal and innovative looks: the new Antony Morato fall winter 2020/2021 collection reinvents the metropolitan look thanks to a mix between innovation and brand’s DNA reinterpretation.

Four fashion themes, each one with a different inspiration – from punk/grunge to tailored sport – the collection doesn’t give up telling the brand heritage, through Timeless theme, adding also two sport-oriented collection’s themes.


Essential garments, contemporary elegance and functionality. The suits are available in a variety of colors and fabrics. The timeless theme also includes retro coats in both classic and fashion colors as well as lightweight nylon padded jackets with tech urban inspired details.

Classical Punk:

The theme is characterized by an unusual contrast between classic and punk elements.

Black is the dominant color of the palette, also including white, red and pink. Prints are reminiscent of the ‘beautiful & damned’ mood of the punk era, while the brand’s logo design is inspired by the iconic Kiss and Metallica logos.

Sartorial Sport:

A unique combination of British and American college style. The theme has clean graphics and is characterized by color contrasts, stripes and minimal concepts.

Techno Natural:

Urban, basic and essential. The palette includes natural tones as well as industrial colors. Natural and artificial elements live side-by-side creating an unusual contrast. The graphics feature traffics signs, urban landscapes, writing and symbols.

Grunge Wardrobe:

Urban and military atmospheres define the new casual style. The fit is relaxed, the pieces are designed to be worn in layers. The look is extremely easy to wear. The graphics are inspired by graffiti, by cassette tapes and by the ironic and rebellious attitude of the moat iconic grunge bands.

Sport – The Orange Line:

Sports elements are mixed with urban concepts.

Color blocks, contrast stripes, contemporary sports garments.

Sport – The Snowboarder:

Retro cuts vs tech fabrics.

Sweatshirts and jackets inspired by the snowboard suits from the 90s.



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