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Freestyle

Plain and stressed denim, classic and unique patterns, elevated workwear: there are so many different souls within the PT Torino Fall / Winter 2020 collections, all of them designed to be worn in a fluid, individual way, overcoming traditional style rules.

Fluid, ever-changing, often elusive and hard to label: style has become an increasingly rarefied concept, hence even more fascinating. As the traditional rules that used to recommend a certain dress code for a particular circumstance slowly crumble, the idea of a uniform-outfit to be reserved for a particular circumstance truly seems to fade.
Because everything flows and everything works, the lead is taken by our own creativity, our own personality and the stories that we like to tell through what we wear in a given situation.
That is why this season we are playing with canons and inspirations and shaking things up a little bit more than usual, turning workwear trousers into fine pieces, eccentric patterns into fancy details and lived-in denim into the base of impeccable outfits.

Studded women’s slim jeans in comfy stretch denim.
Stretch organic vintage men’s denim jeans, whiskered and scratched.
Wide-leg, high-rise cotton and wool women’s trousers with slant pockets and buttons.
Lurex polkadot trousers in stretch jacquard.
Sartorial brown wool men’s trousers with multicolored micro-check pattern.
Above: left, men’s streaky stretch blue denim jeans; right, women’s waxed black leggings with a leathery touch. Right: men’s streaky stretch blue denim men’s jeans.
Stretch cotton satin high-rise women’s fatigue trousers with macro-pockets and functional details.
Men’s cotton canvas chinos with color contrasting back pocket.
Women’s cotton corduroys with snakeskin print.

Men’s jacquard trousers with fine ramage peacock design.