A well cut trouser for a man is a difficult thing to come by. In many cases, it’s probably because men’s bodies – like their female counterparts – differ from one another, more so than perhaps many of us realise. In any case, the tailored trouser is a difficult sartorial endeavour, and with such flaky trends coming and going, and informing silhouettes often with little conviction, it can be difficult to know what’s right right now. Japanese brand ATO should be lauded then for its SS15 collection’s leg wear alone. There is at once an ease and a sharpness, a fit that is both relaxed and tapered to suit our collective taste for how we wish to showcase the body as of late. The rest of the collection boasts plenty to be admired too: mesh t-shirts adorned with sporty stripes and graphic linear work, thinly lapelled or even lapel-less blazers, elasticated waists and pockets that hint at a covetable practicality amid a truly chic menswear offering.