4 oct 2021

The Atlein Spring-Summer 2022 Collection

Avoiding a physical show this season, Atlein treated itself to two Parisian sets to unveil its spring-summer 2022 collection. Thus, some silhouettes appear within the walls of the Espace Niemeyer, the former headquarters of the French Communist Party designed by the famous Brazilian architect, while others are revealed in the mineral gallery of the Sorbonne, which greatly inspired the creator of the Antonin Tron label during his literature studies at this university. The exceptional colours of the stones gathered in this place can be found directly on the pieces presented this season, from brown, purple and ochre to mauve evoking the tonality of quartz, to the turquoise blue and bright orange of topaz or carnelian, while several tie-dye and floral patterns created from Old prints of the French label unfold from shoulder to toe on long-sleeved tops, tight dresses and pants. As much a lover of drape as of technical fabrics, Antonin Tron once again brings together these two obsessions in asymmetrical skirts, flowing mini-dresses that look like babydolls and pants, neoprene corsets in pleated jerseys for silhouettes mixing tailoring and sportswear. A wardrobe that perfectly synthesizes Atlein’s identity since its creation five years ago, and offers the label the opportunity to unveil its new logo.