During the ʼ50s and ʼ60s, coats become a quintessential icon of elegance: all the key figures of the exciting “Dolce Vita” years, of the cinema, and of rock and roll—from Mastroianni to Jean-Paul Belmondo, from Paul Newman to Marlon Brando, from Steve McQueen to Robert De Niro, from Mick Jagger to John Lennon—wore one in the most important moments of their careers.
Origin and meaning
50s and 60s
THE COAT FACTORY
Paltò revisits the core elements of the most genuine Italian spirit: style, sartorial skills, excellent materials, and hand-made details, updated and personalized according to the features and the demands of today’s society. Paltò was born from the accurate study of the “garment,” of its history, construction, and use, interpreting its characteristics and its specific elements according to the world of today’s fashion trends, where Made in Italy standards, as well as its fabrics and materials, are significant and timeless features which, like taste and style, have no half measures.