Fall/Winter 2019/2020 Trends from Pitti Uomo

The style resulting from the fashion shows of Pitti Uomo 95 combines formal and casual clothes, for a modular wardrobe including tech and handmade items to live with elegance and comfort

Evento Moon Boot alla Stazione Leopolda di Firenze, Pitti Uomo 95

The new men’s style presented in Florence at the 95th edition of Pitti Uomo in January 2019 pursues the perfect balance between formal elegance, sportswear and technology. The result is a modular and interchangeable wardrobe, with items suitable for any occasion – from street to traveling, from office to sports – comfortable and performing, matched by smart, versatile and luxury accessories.

The first show of Aldo Maria Camillo’s eponymous brand, Pitti Italics Special Event, January 2019

This aesthetics distances itself from age and season standards, resulting in clothes that are loved because they are used, for formal and informal occasions, which give their wearer an aerodynamic and defined shape. Suits and jackets characterized by soft lines, enriched with sophisticated details, urban trousers, custom-made shirts, knitwear: everything contributes to define one’s figure.

The colors recall the English countryside, inspired by a desire to reconnect with nature and mountains in particular, with parkas, bomber jackets, quilted jackets, coats and special sweaters for winter. The collections are hyper technical or handmade, combining excellent know-how and functionality, and are appealing to the gentleman 2.0.

The end of the Y/Project show, Menswear Guest Designer at Pitti Uomo

Sustainability has become the mission of fashion worldwide thanks to technological experimentation, creative and alternative materials from virtuous upcycling and much more. Ecofriendliness meets refined aesthetics and energy saving production processes aimed at eliminating waste and reducing consumption. [Text Barbara Tassara – Photo Pitti Immagine Uomo]

Jackets from Herno Laminar collection at Pitti Uomo 95

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