ATLEIN (“AT-LINE”) is a French fashion house based in Paris founded by designer Antonin Tron.

A dedicated surfer, Antonin designs with a focus on the body, its energy and movement. The name ATLEIN is homage to the Atlantic Ocean.

Antonin’s work is based on flou and the process of creation by hand, defined by the draping and shaping of the fabric around the body. This human and physical approach to design is central to his practice.

Known for its modern take on classic couture techniques, ATLEIN has been adopted by a new generation of women looking for elevated designs with a modern French sensitivity.

ATLEIN is committed to creating enduring, timeless products and running a local supply chain. Fabrics and accessories are sourced between Italy and France, garments are produced in independent ateliers located in the Paris region known for their quality and craftmanship. The ATLEIN proposition is an edited and seasonless offer of designs created to maintain relevance over time. ATLEIN does not use leather, fur, exotic skins or feathers.

ATLEIN is the recipient of the 2016 ANDAM Creative Brand Prize and the 2018 ANDAM Grand Prize.

ATLEIN is available in selected retailers worldwide.


Born in Paris in 1984, Antonin Tron studied fashion design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Antwerp. Upon graduation, Antonin returned to Paris and joined the studios of some of the most well-known fashion houses, including Louis Vuitton, Givenchy and Balenciaga before establishing ATLEIN.