Portugal designer menswear brand Julio Torcato unveiled new Autumn-Winter collection during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid. New season's collection title is “TWO (2) COLLECTION.” It's inspired by duality and duplicity, as well as opposing concepts: light/dark, tradition/modernity, classical/street. The key concept of the collection are shapes, textures and materials.
There is kind of punk touch in this outfit. I like the slim-fit of this camouflage suit.
Male models appeared on the catwalk wearing low waisted pants, long jackets, checkered suits, velvet bombers, cozy sweaters, modern-looking biker jackets, tunic-pullovers and hooded down-coats. The standouts of new collection are fabrics, including synthetic leather, velvet, leather, 100% wool. Prints like stripes and tartans provide a contemporary touch what makes his creations look individual. The color palette includes black, navy blue, burgundy, and ash. I love the way Torcato combines minimalist and casual aesthetics, paying a great attention to patterns and details. All in all, if you looking for an elegant, contemporary and urban style what is based on a classical inspiration, then I recommend to take a closer look at these awesome offerings.
A fully checkered pantsuit is a perfect choice for your everyday wear.
Make a real statement wearing a striped pantsuit in ash color.
Fully burgundy colored sportswear look. An ideal choice for urban guy.
Grey colored three-piece suit in Prince of Wales print looks professional and practical.
If you are looking for a preppy look, then I suggest you to try on a dark blue coat with fur collar what can be styled with a retro-inspired three-piece suit.
Here we see a chunky knit blue colored sweater styled with dark blue pinstripe trousers.
When it feels like you want to try on something edgy, then I recommend you to try on this collarless biker jacket styled with blue colored turtleneck.
Dark blue tunic-pullover looks awesome paired with striped pants.
Dark blue velvet pantsuit is a perfect alternative to cocktail outfits.
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