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.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: AquascutumSubscription
Aquascutum’s new look was revealed at Pitti, and chief operating officer Mark Taylor reported that buyers had responded positively to the range.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: DielmarSubscription
Although it has a strong reputation in mainland Europe - dressing Prince Albert of Monaco and the Portugal football team, among others - Portuguese high-end tailoring brand Dielmar is keen to expand its reach in the UK, having picked up international stockists in the likes of Colombia.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: Atelier ScotchSubscription
Atelier Scotch’s first spring collection got buyers talking, with an extensive offer including short pant suits, reversible bombers and wool jogging-inspired suits.
Pitti Uomo spring 15: Harry JamesSubscription
UK-based shirt and tie label Harry James launched for autumn 14, offering “British design with Italian inspiration”, according to founder Anthony Oliver.