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Atelier Gardeur to launch men's trousers with athletic fit
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Jun '14
Mönchengladbach-based trouser specialist Atelier GARDEUR will be launching a new, sporty fit for the 2015 Spring/Summer season: the Athletic Fit. Thanks to the standard rise, comfortable thigh and tapered leg with a fashionable 40 cm hem width this fit makes for a sporty silhouette. The thoroughly researched cut and the materials used offer wearers ultimate freedom of movement plus very good fabric shape retention properties.
 
Atelier GARDEUR’s new Athletic Fit will be offered in two different materials: denim and cotton. The 5-pocket denim Athletic Denim Stretch in several washes consists of a Dualfix multi-component yarn. This makes for maximum elasticity plus very good shape retention properties. The Panama Cotton Stretch trousers in a sporty woven cotton fabric with a 3D look provide high wear comfort thanks to their stretch admixture and convince as modern leisure pants for summer.  
 
Both versions are available as 5-pocket styles. Atelier GARDEUR offers Athletic Denim Stretch in two blue shades and one grey tone in various washes while Panama Cotton Stretch comes in six different colours. In Germany the styles retail for EUR 119.00 (Athletic Denim Stretch) and EUR 109.00 (Panama Cotton Stretch). Delivery for the 5-pocket denim is December 2014 while the 5-pocket cotton style is due in February 2015.
 
About GARDEUR
The Mönchengladbach trouser specialist GARDEUR manufactures high-quality men and women’s trousers and women’s skirts with a perfect fit. The Group’s portfolio includes the brands 
 
Atelier GARDEUR, G DESIGN and Thomas Rath Trousers
Our in-house designers, pattern makers, lab technicians, tailors and laundry specialists in Germany and Tunisia accompany every stage of development of GARDEUR trousers. As the only fully integrated trouser atelier in Germany, GARDEUR guarantees a perfect fit, a high level of quality craftsmanship and flexible collection management.  Founded in 1920 the company employs staff of some 2,000 people and supplies approx. 3,000 customers in some 50 countries worldwide.
 

Atelier GARDEUR


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