M T L S T U D I O

S P R I N G / S U M M E R 

2021

Menswear Milan
15 July. 2020
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The MTL Studio Spring Summer '21 collection "Italian Camping" is inspired by a wandering and romantic Italian summer, in a campsite during the 80s. A man divided between care and a sentimental "carelessness" in search of primordial emotions. In the informal context of the campsite, the garments’ evident contrast between wide volumes and tailoring, where daisies bloom asking the eternal question “she loves me, she loves me not” and the unknown of a childish and exotic feeling characterized by a romantic French contamination, the result of summer friendships. In the up and downs of love a splash of paint shapes the loving smiley face, symbol of the virtual sociality to which we have all recently been forced, is a champion of the rediscovery of the simple and essential things of life in a dimension of nostalgic authenticity.
Born in Modena in 1989 Matteo Lamandini attended first the Accademia Europea in Bologna and then Fashion Design at Istituto Marangoni in Milan. He has worked as Menswear Assistant at MSGM and Marni and then won “Designer for Tomorrow” in 2014. From there he decided to start his eponymous collection from the SS16 and also designed a capsule collection for Tommy Hilfiger that was presented during Berlin Fashion Week. Matteo Lamandini collections mixing classic menswear and street style icons are becoming uniforms for the new generation of Italian trappers and musicians: MTLstudio jackets shirt and overalls have been chosen from artists like Ghali, J-Ax and Salmo, just to name a few.
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