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Drapers Online Trend Talk to launch tonight will host its first free, live and interactive Trend Talk tonight themed around the key menswear looks to come out of the Pitti Uomo show for spring 09.

Sponsored by international menswear brand Bäumler, the Trend Talk will kick off at 6.30pm. Click here to access our first Trend Talk.

Tonight's event will focus on both the commercial winners and outlandish looks from the Pitti Uomo menswear show which took place in Florence last week.

Assistant news editor Marino Donati will be in the first Trend Talk hot seat, ready to share Drapers' views on the forthcoming season for menswear retailers and menswear brands.

Marino Donati will be uploading live video and pictures taken at the show to illustrate the key looks and styles from the major brands at the fair. He will be on call to answer your questions live, as they come in. He will also share buying tips from retailers who attended the show.

Visit the Trend Talk to take part in Drapers' first ever interactive chat or pre-submit your questions to us now at

Drapers will host similar sector-specific interactive Trend Talks throughout the season. These will include a live young fashion Trend Talk post-Bread & Butter Barcelona, a womenswear Trend Talk following Pure London and a footwear chat post-Italian footwear fair Micam.

All of our chats will take place live on on the Tuesday after each relevant fair at 6.30pm.

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