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Craig Green named as next guest designer for Pitti Uomo

Craig Green has been named as Pitti Uomo’s next, and only, guest designer.  The British designer will show his Spring / Summer 2019 collection at the biannual event in Florence, Italy on June 14th.   115 more words

Tweed and Plaid and Florals, Oh My!

Last week, Florence came alive in the wake of Pitti Uomo, the world’s largest and most influential menswear fashion fair. The fair is an immersive, hands-on look at the upcoming trends in the menswear industry. 226 more words

Menswear Trends in Florence Pitti Uomo 93

Every year Pitti Immagine (an Italian company devoted to promoting the fashion industry worldwide) presents different fairs; Among them: Pitti Uomo. Are you ready to witness the new fashion trends? 439 more words


Menswear Trends for the next year

    Pitti Uomo is definitely one of the main events for menswear in the fashion field. It happens twice a year (fall/winter and spring/summer seasons), one on January and the other on June at Fortezza da Basso, Florence. 514 more words

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Suits for 2018

With the recent hype around street and sports wear on the runway, it almost feels refreshing to see traditional tailoring on the runway. With recent men’s fashion weeks in London and Milan as well as Pitti Uomo and Paris Fashion week (which is currently still on) there have been some amazing examples of traditional suits being brought into 2018. 318 more words


A Little Grumble, Skiing, Pitti Uomo, The Florentine, The Man in Black and Back to Normal in Beautiful Tuscany

Welcome and Benvenuti to all my Lovely Readers around the World,

Now, if you read my blog on a regular basis you will know that it is very rare for me to grumble.  666 more words


Gucci Garden opens for Pitti Uomo 2018

Gucci Creative Director Alessandro Michele opened the newly curated Gucci Museo in Florence, Italy with the added Gucci Garden, which contains the addition of a new concept store, exclusive restaurant run by Italian Michelin-starred chef Massimo Bottura and the Galleria exhibition rooms curated by critic Maria Luisa Frisa.   144 more words