Marni will be Pitti’s guest designer in JanuarySubscription
Pitti Uomo will welcome Marni as its menswear guest designer for its autumn 15 edition running from January 13 to 16.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: Z ZegnaSubscription
Z Zegna was guest label at Pitti Uomo, where the collection was relaunched after leisurewear sub-brand Zegna Sport was fused into the Z Zegna tailoring range.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: NanamicaSubscription
Nanamica means ‘house of the seven seas’ in Japanese, which suits the blue tones of the Tokyo-based brand’s collection.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: Manuel RitzSubscription
This contemporary casualwear label’s signature colourful buttons and printed linings offer a cheerful look for young to middle-aged customers, with standout pieces including micro-print single-breasted blazers and floral and striped shirts.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: EtonSubscription
Print is the focus for Eton, as the shirt brand’s customers increasingly search for bolder looks in all markets, but notably in the UK.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: SandSubscription
Print is big at Sand, with safari the main theme including jungle-style prints on key pieces such as a bomber jacket or shirts, and on the inside lining of tailored jackets.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: Joe SanSubscription
French label Joe San’s inventive shirting made an impression at Pitti, with crisp white styles and wire-lined collars standing out for their adaptability.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: L’EstrangeSubscription
Making its trade show debut in Florence, British label L’Estrange has embarked on its first wholesale push since it launched in February 2013.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: Esemplare MilanoSubscription
The rebranded Esemplare - now Esemplare Milano - debuted at Pitti with a new informal look, according to designer Franco Verzi.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: Brunello CucinelliSubscription
This luxury Italian lifestyle brand has played with traditional menswear staples like polos and the tuxedo to create innovative pieces.