Ski & street jacket styles for fall/winter ’20/’21

Renee Minus White | 12/26/2019, 1:37 p.m.
The fall/winter 2020-2021 Tatras collection represents the brand’s turning point.
Street-style outerwear by Tatras

The fall/winter 2020-2021 Tatras collection represents the brand’s turning point. They continue their journey of evolution and growth with three shows in Paris and important active collaborations. The look is oriented to a wider, young market. They are keeping the company in perpetual motion, while keeping their older audience who appreciate the elegance and quality of every detail.

Dedicated to the younger group, the first collection features on-trend, over-size bomber jackets and bi-color parkas in bright shades made of nylon vinyl. This outerwear is designed for the daily activities of city life. If you’re at a ski mountain resort destination or attending an evening party, the garment offers technical performance and an ultra-contemporary aesthetic that lends unique style even on skis.

The logo theme is new for the brand. The maxi bomber jackets and long pieces are highlighted. A dressing gown is embroidered on the bottom with the three crosses of the Tatras logo. It’s a reinterpretation of the classic down jacket, designed for an iconic woman with great personality. Their men’s logo theme has a military street styling. These pieces are designed to withstand the most extreme climatic conditions. Created for travelers, the timeless Tatras 100 is available in a wide range of colors and folds into a special pocket. It is the essential go-anywhere piece of the modern and dynamic traveler.

Finally, the most elegant and classic part of the Tatras collection becomes even more sophisticated this season. For urban men and women with careers and social lives, outerwear must be warm, fashionable and comfortable. Every detail is essential. In this segment, coats and raincoats are designed in down-filled wool with classic references and enveloping volumes. The collection is available at www.tatras-official.com.

Have a wonderful holiday season!

Renee Minus White is the author of “Maybe: My Memoir: A Chantel’s Story,”the Bronx, NY story of Renee’s life as an original member of the late ’50s Doo Wop female group who recorded ‘Maybe.’ Available at Amazon, Google Play, Barnes & Noble, Kindle and www.reneeminuswhite.com, or call 1-800-788-7654.