The Mönchengladbach-based trouser specialist Gardeur Group’s fashion-forward brand G Design launches the latest Autumn/Winter 2015/2016 pants collection for men and women.
Created under the guidance of the brand director, Marc Alexander Kofler, the womenswear range features new shapes with sporty fashionable details.
Based in subdued natural tones like dark olive, blackberry, elderberry and fawn, the jersey, denim, cotton blends and velvet crafted pieces are enhanced with drawstrings, ribbed ankles, decorative ribbing, and zipper and rivet detailing.
The line includes jogging pants with mottled effects, cigarette pants in techno fabrics, skinny styles, and tapered-fit trousers with visible stretch waistbands and wide pleats.
The collection also offers wool, micro polyester and flannel made culottes with 5-pockets as well as heavy jersey and two-way stretch cotton crafted skinny leggings with divisional seams, zipper details and light coatings.
The range also showcases an array of tencel mixed soft-feel denims in biker, moderate bootcut, drawstring and elastic waist infused jogging, 5-pockets and boyfriend styles.
The A/W15-16 entry for men highlights combinations of dark and subdued colour schemes including oyster and classy blacks, dusty and lead greys, beige, dusk blue, olive and shadow purple.
While commenting upon the menswear designs, Marc Alexander Kofler says “The Winter 2015/2016 season will be casual! Tapered jogging pants determine the look. And in terms of colour shades of black and grey dominate.”
The men’s line is detailed with architectural micro prints like mini shepherd’s plaids, micro polka dots, diamonds, different colour woven textures and hand-painted patterns.
The pieces include jersey wool made tapered-fit pants with houndstooth designs and cuffed trims as well as satin and denim crafted jogging trousers.
Replete with 5-pockets, raw edges and authentic washes, the denim line features cotton and satin made biker pants with zippered details and Western-style raw denims with buckle back.
Founded in 1920, the Gardeur Group, which owns other labels line Atelier Gardeur and Thomas Rath Trousers, employs a workforce of some 2,000 people and caters to almost 3,000 customers in 50 countries around the globe. (PB)
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