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ALBERTO pants collection with passion, from sporty to exquisite
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Apr '09
Innovative in the modern pants segment, strong in the denim area and full of variety in the design of the collection: The Moenchengladbach men's fashion label, ALBERTO GmbH & Co. KG, also offers just the right men's pants in the autumn/winter 2009/2010 collection, from sporty to exquisite. The competence that comes from decades of production experience guarantees manufacturing procedures with an eye for detail and the use of high-quality fabric for pants with a passion – Pants We Love.

In addition to a wide range of pant styles, ALBERTO continues to focus on the customer friendly concept of three categories of pants and three styles of fit. So that customers can move independently and with purpose through the assortment, the categories of Jeans, Casual Pants and Dressy Pants are available, which direct them to styles ranging from modern, casual and elegant. The individual styles of fit from casual/comfortable to figure hugging/fashionable are clearly marked on the inside of the pants: Modern Fit in red, Comfort Fit in a silver colour and Slim Fit in yellow writing.

While modern cotton pants traditionally continue to play an important role in the collection, the percentage of denim continues to grow and already accounts for more than 60% of the total assortment in the autumn/winter 2009/10 collection. The complex process used during professional washing means that Top Denims have been a strong theme with ALBERTO for a long time. As experience in the jeans area grows, the fashion diversity and the quality of the products is growing as well.

The Themes
Jeans - The jeans collection from ALBERTO is distinguished by stylish designs and above average quality for a fashion-conscious customer. One of the main areas of focus of ALBERTO is modern jeans with a 5-pocket style. With the autumn/winter 2009/2010 collection, the label provides a wide variety of washings, from a clean look that represents the look of brand new denim to the strong destroyed effect that makes jeans look casual and as though they've been worn for 10 years.

For example, irregular, asymmetrical scrapings are worked into the fabric by hand in order to create a particularly authentic used clothing look. This used look is applied to pockets, stitched side seams, the backs of knees and on hems to create a look that gives the various models an appearance that varies from discrete to extreme.

Characteristic Buffys and authentically scattered mini holes give the destroyed denims their look. Striking stitching with thick thread is a further characteristic of ALBERTO jeans, which are either stitched in a matching colour or create a flair with noticeably contrasting seams. Most of all, the new A Loop stitching on the seat pockets is kept in this style of stitching and, together with the further developed ALBERTO labelling in leather, serve as identifying features of ALBERTO Denims – L.A. Style, made in Moenchengladbach.

Besides the creative diversity and careful workmanship, the meticulous choice of fabric qualities in the Moenchengladbach Creative Centre has priority. The T400-Denims in particular set standards. The technical fibre retains its shape, does not fade and prevents stretched-out knees and obvious seat wrinkles. Additionally, the jeans are given a final washing for a super soft finish and an extraordinarily comfortable feeling when worn.


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