Florence to Bloom During Pitti Uomo

MILAN — “The big Italian and international trade shows have to [involve] the cities more and more,” said Raffaello Napoleone, chief executive officer of Pitti Uomo trade show’s organizer Pitti Immagine on Wednesday.
Napoleone presented the packed schedule of shows, presentations and special projects of the upcoming edition of the Florence-based men’s trade show, which runs June 12 -15. The comments were made because Pitti Uomo is set to be an event not only within the historic Fortezza da Basso location’s walls but throughout the whole city. “We’re really glad that the involvement [of Florence] in what we do in Fortezza da Basso is increasing,” said Napoleone.
On the inaugural day of the trade show, Gucci will unveil two new halls at the Gucci Garden Galleria exhibition space, housed inside the Gucci Garden, with a cocktail event. Opened during January’s edition and located inside the historic Palazzo della Mercanzia in Florence’s Piazza della Signoria, the space also hosts a restaurant curated by the three-Michelin-star chef Massimo Bottura and a store. For the occasion, the shop will showcase a limited-edition capsule collection featuring the illustrations of a new artist tapped by the fashion label for the first time, but whose name is yet to be

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Fumito Ganryu to Debut Namesake Label at Pitti Uomo

MILAN — Japanese designer Fumito Ganryu is the latest new entry in the upcoming edition of men’s wear trade show Pitti Uomo, running June 12 to 15 in Florence.
As part of Pitti’s “Designer Project,” he will unveil his new namesake brand at the trade show. Details regarding venue and time or date were not available at press time.
Previously, the designer launched the Ganryu brand operating under the Comme des Garçons umbrella in 2007, after cutting his teeth as pattern maker for Junya Watanabe starting from 2004. The Ganryu label was discontinued last year.
Earlier this month, Georgia was named guest nation of the trade show as part of the program promoted by Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery. The six Georgian brands and designers confirmed to present their collections in the special area of the Spazio Carra, at the Fortezza da Basso location, include Aznauri, Situationist, Anuka Keburia, Gola Damian, Tatuna Nikolaishvili and Vaska.
In addition, Craig Green and Roberto Cavalli will also show at Pitti Uomo. The former was named Menswear Guest Designer of the upcoming edition, while the latter was tapped as a special guest and will host a fashion show to relaunch men’s wear under the creative direction of Paul Surridge.

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Georgia Named Guest Nation at Pitti Uomo

MILAN – Georgia will be the guest nation of Pitti Uomo’s upcoming edition, running June 12 to 15 in Florence.
Six Georgian brands and designers will present their collections in the special area of the Spazio Carra, at the Fortezza da Basso location, as part of the program promoted by Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery with the goal to shine a spotlight on emerging creative talents from around the world.
The names confirmed for the showcase include Aznauri, Situationist, Anuka Keburia, Gola Damian, Tatuna Nikolaishvili and Vaska.
Irakli Rusadze, one of the leading Georgian designers, will present collections for both his Situationist label – also showcased at the last edition of Paris Fashion Week in March – and for the Aznauri brand, for which he serves as creative director.
Anuka Keburia, who founded her namesake label in 2006, will show her new range of clothes, accessories and footwear infused with black, edgy aesthetics, while the Gola Damian brand revisits Victorian style with a contemporary twist. Designer Tatuna Nikolaishvili develops a feminine and essential range, while Vaska’s founder Vasili Tabatadze mixes special fabrics, such as Japanese silks, and natural materials in his limited-edition line.

A Gola Damian look. 
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Previous featured guest nations have included Turkey, Denmark, Africa,

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Pitti Uomo, Revolver Copenhagen Sign Partnership

Pitti Uomo has teamed with Revolver Copenhagen Int. Fashion Trade Show to bring a hint of Scandinavian lifestyle to Florence.
During the 94th edition of the Pitti Uomo, 15 Scandinavian men’s wear brands will showcase their collections in a dedicated area, called “Scandinavian Manifesto,” located inside the Fortezza da Basso’s Arena Strozzi. The labels will be presented in a customized set, filled with contemporary design items from the Nordic cultural and culinary scene.
“Researching today’s most interesting countries for contemporary fashion is part of Pitti Immagine’s DNA,” said Lapo Cianchi, director of communications and special projects at Pitti Immagine. “The selection curated at Pitti Uomo by Revolver, one of the most interesting trade shows in Europe, consists of both young men’s wear designers and already established brands. Each of them conveys its own individual ideas and together they all express the essence of the Scandinavian design and lifestyle. We are very happy with this partnership established between Pitti Immagine and Revolver, which will further strengthen the appeal of the upcoming edition of Pitti Uomo.”
The partnership between the two trade show organizers is expected to last for at least three seasons.
“We are super proud that
 Pitti Uomo has chosen us to create this project

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The Pulse of Men’s Industry Strong at Pitti Uomo

FLORENCE — The energy at the Pitti Uomo show was electric as the industry continued to bask in a solid end to 2017 and was eagerly anticipating further gains this year.
But at the same time, some familiar faces were either late in arriving at the show or dressed in some new duds, since many attendees who started their international journey at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport arrived in Florence without their luggage. The so-called “bombogenesis” snowstorm on Jan. 4 resulted in thousands of canceled flights and even more lost bags, many of which were still sitting on a runway at the airport this week.
But while they may have had to snip the price tags off their spanking new outfits, Pitti attendees made the best of the situation — and helped the local retail economy at the same time before turning to the business at hand, which was to peruse the typical wide variety of fall merchandise ranging from accessories and footwear to luxury sportswear.
Roopal Patel, senior vice president of fashion director for Saks Fifth Avenue, said she was “very energized” by her first visit to Pitti Uomo. “I feel like this is the nucleus of men’s wear on a

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Street Style Photographers at Pitti Uomo

Name: Scott Schuman
Magazines/web sites you shoot for: The Sartorialist @thesartorialist
What you like about Pitti: It’s a meeting place for some of the best-dressed men, from all around the world. It encompasses a broad range of styles and celebrates everything from streetwear to tailoring at its best.
What you don’t want to see anymore at Pitti: Poorly executed dandyism. To be a dandy can be a beautiful style when done with the right attitude but it’s much trickier than it seems. Because of its loudness, its mistakes attract the eye like a roadside accident.
Favorite street style moment at Pitti: I love shooting the January edition of Pitti Uomo, because the low sun makes perfect light for shooting all day.
 Your favorite street style icons: What draws me to Pitti every year is the new crop of gentleman that inspire me. But I am also very proud that I discovered some of today’s street style stars like Alessandro Squarzi, Domenico Gianfrate, Lino Ieluzzi.
What you expect to trend at Pitti this January in terms of street style: I never look for trends; I’m looking to create images that inspire.

Left: Scott Schuman, Right: A street style look by Scott Schuman. 

 
Name: Lee Oliveira
Magazines/web sites you shoot for:  The New York

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Stefano Pilati to Unveil Exhibition at Pitti Uomo in June

MILAN – Stefano Pilati will unveil an exhibition at the 94th edition of international men’s wear trade show Pitti Uomo in June.
Titled “Evolution – Involution – Revolution. Three decades of men’s fashion as seen by Stefano Pilati,” the exhibit at Florence’s Palazzo Pitti is to highlight the tight links between fashion and the constantly changing world surrounding it.
The show, which will be inaugurated during Pitti Uomo and remain open to the public until Oct. 21, represents the third chapter of the three-year program promoted by the Florentine Center for Italian fashion, Galleria degli Uffizi and Pitti Immagine. The Italian Ministry of Economic Development and Italian trade agency ICE will also support the project with a financial contribution.
“For this project focused on men’s fashion, a theme which has been neglected for too long on the Italian and international cultural scenes, we chose Stefano Pilati because he is one of its main protagonists,” said Pitti Discovery Foundation general secretary Lapo Cianchi. “But most of all, we got fascinated by his personal vision of the fashion system: eccentric, dissonant, almost cynical. He has a precise point of view, which reflects the obsessions and considerations of a collector, who is also a designer and someone

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Pitti Uomo Gears Up for 93rd Edition

MILAN — On Thursday, Pitti Immagine presented the complete schedule of Florence-based international men’s wear fair Pitti Uomo, running Jan. 9 to 12 at the Fortezza da Basso venue.
The trade show will boost the number of special projects, shows and events for its 93th edition. According to Pitti Immagine, 1,230 companies will present their fall collections at the fair, 541 of which coming from abroad. Among the exhibitors, 227 are the companies returning or attending the trade show for the first time.
The Karl Lagerfeld and Corneliani brands will return to the event to unveil the men’s fall 2018 collections at the Sala dell’Orologio in the Costruzioni Lorenesi venue and in the Sala delle Grotte space, respectively. Corneliani will also showcase its CC Collection Corneliani lineup in the Sala Ottagonale area.
Other returning brands include Italian footwear label Fratelli Rossetti, Paul & Shark and Pepe Jeans London, which will celebrate its 45th anniversary presenting a new denim treatment. Woolrich will also host an installation and unveil a movie retracing its heritage during the trade show.
As reported, Brooks Brothers will fete its 200th anniversary at Pitti Uomo, staging its first fashion show at the Salone dei Cinquecento in the Palazzo Vecchio, along with a retrospective of

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M1992 to Guest as Special Project at Pitti Uomo

MILAN — Italian designer Dorian Stefano Tarantini is changing the name of his brand Malibu 1992 into M1992. The new moniker will make its debut during the upcoming edition of Pitti Uomo, running Jan. 9 to 12 in Florence.
“It’s not such a radical change,” said Tarantini, addressing his will to “polish, simplify the name and have a more neutral [starting point]” for his creative process.
“Malibu [1992] tied me too much to the city of Malibu and California, which will remain part of my [inspirations], but I preferred to shorten the name also because M is the initial of Malibu but also of Milan, which is my city,” he added. The designer further stressed the importance of having a “code name, which opens to more possibilities” and of “characterizing the brand with my products and collections,” rather than with a name.
Launched almost four years ago as an artistic, 30-minute video project, Malibu 1992 evolved into a fashion brand combining Tarantini’s tornado of inspirations, ranging from music to neoclassicism, from punk to Californian luxury.
After two seasons of runway shows in Milan, the brand will unveil its new name and fashion course in Florence, as it has been selected as a special project

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Undercover, Takahiromiyashita The Soloist Named Guest Designer Brands at Pitti Uomo

MILAN — Japan is set to steal the spotlight at Pitti Uomo in January.
Undercover and Takahiromiyashita The Soloist will be the guest designer brands at the international men’s wear trade show, running Jan. 9-12 in Florence.
Longtime friends Jun Takahashi, founder and creative director of Undercover, and designer Takahiro Miyashita will both unveil their fall 2018 men’s collections with back-to-back runway shows on Jan. 11.

Undercover Men’s Spring 2018 
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The event will mark the return of Takahashi at Pitti Uomo, where he showed his men’s collection on the catwalk in 2009, while Miyashita will host his first Takahiromiyashita The Soloist show outside Japan.
As reported, a day earlier, on Jan. 10, Brooks Brothers will stage its first runway show in the sumptuous Salone dei Cinquecento inside Florence’s Palazzo Vecchio, which will also house a brand retrospective open to the public from Jan. 11 to 14.

Takahiromiyashita The Soloist Men’s Spring 2018 
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Pitti Uomo’s collaboration with both established and upcoming international labels is part of the trade show’s strategy aimed at imposing itself as the leading player in the men’s wear industry. Last June, the trade show teamed up with Virgil Abloh, founder and creative director of Off-White, and J. W. Anderson, with both showing their

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Brooks Brothers to Kick Off 200th Anniversary at Pitti Uomo

Brooks Brothers will kick off the celebration of its 200th anniversary in the home country of its owner, Italy.
The venerable retailer will be partnering with the Pitti Uomo show in Florence, where it will stage its first-ever runway show on Jan. 10.
The show will be at the Salone dei Cinquecento in the historical Palazzo Vecchio, which will also be the site of a comprehensive retrospective from Brooks Brothers’ archives. The special exhibition will then be open to the public from Jan. 11 to 14.
“Our anniversary marks a significant and historic milestone not only for Brooks Brothers but also for the fashion industry,” said Claudio Del Vecchio, chairman and chief executive officer of Brooks Brothers. “This is a moment to celebrate 200 years steeped in both tradition and innovation.”
He added that Pitti Uomo “is the global platform for the men’s wear industry and Brooks Brothers proudly accepted the invitation to celebrate our bicentennial this year.”
Raffaello Napoleone, ceo of Pitti Immagine, parent of Pitti Uomo, said the show was honored that Brooks Brothers chose Pitti Uomo as the kick-off of its yearlong celebration.
“Brooks Brothers will be the special event at this coming edition of the fair: an occasion marking the 200 years

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Pitti Uomo Selects Finland as Guest Nation for January Edition

MILAN — Finland will be the guest nation of Pitti Uomo’s upcoming edition, running Jan. 9 to 12 in Florence.
Eight Finnish brands and designers have been selected to present their collections in the special area of the Spazio Carra, part of the Fortezza da Basso location, and through an event held in the city during the men’s wear trade show.
The talents selected include Rolf Ekroth, an Aalto University graduate and finalist of the Hyères Fashion Festival last year; Julia Männistö, founder of the Mannisto label and finalist of the LVMH Prize in 2016; designer Teemu Muurimäki, presenting his men’s wear line Formal Friday; Niina and Timo Leskelä, of the minimalistic Nomen Nescio label, and Janne Lax, founder of the classic shoe brand Saint Vacant.
Finnish designer Heikki Salonen, who formerly worked at Erdem and Diesel, will also launch his new men’s wear brand Vyner Articles at Pitti Uomo.

Nomen Nescio. 
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In addition, Finnish heritage labels Turo and R-Collection — a suit brand and leisurewear line, respectively — will showcase collaborations with young designers. The former will team with London-based designer Ikla Wright, while the latter will present a capsule collection in partnership with Maria Korkeila.

Maria Korkeila x R-Collection. 
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Paul Smith Returns to Pitti Uomo for Second PS by Paul Smith Presentation

BACK IN FLORENCE: Paul Smith is returning to Pitti Uomo for a second season to present the spring 2018 collection of PS by Paul Smith, his secondary label that was first launched in the Florence trade fair last January.
The designer said the big variety of brands and industry professionals Pitti Uomo draws together was one of the main reasons he decided to accept Pitti chief executive officer Raffaello Napoleone’s invitation to participate in the event for a second time: “Pitti is a great platform because it has such diversity both in terms of the brands presented and the people who attend from all over the world. Wandering around the Fortezza you can see everything from beautiful classic shoes to more directional and contemporary fashion.”
The new line continues to build on the contemporary, sporty aesthetic established during the brand’s first outing, with a focus on functional clothes that “people can really live their lives in.” There are plenty of striped jersey knits and track suit bottoms which reference Smith’s love of cycling, as well as windproof jackets and every-day sneakers. For spring, the designer also added more denim styles, as well as playful prints, which are featured all over messenger bags,

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Louboutin to Showcase Bike Polo at Pitti Uomo Event

Partial to quirkier sports, Christian Louboutin is organizing a bike polo tournament at the Pitti Uomo fair in Florence.
Scheduled for June 13, the event is to feature eight, three-member teams from Europe, Asia and the U.S. — with all of the players shod in customized sneakers from Louboutin’s fall collection. His spring 2018 collection is to be unveiled separately at a showroom presentation.
Invitations to the tournament, to be dispatched starting today, include a T-shirt with an NBA-esque logo.
Born in Seattle in 1999 and exported to Europe around 2006, bike polo is played on a hockey-rink sized pitch, and feet must never touch the ground. Louboutin’s tournament will culminate with an awards ceremony.
“It’s part of the urban fabric,” according to Louboutin, who dressed athletes for Cuba’s Olympic delegation last year, and has referenced such sports as boxing, hiking and basketball in his collections.
The designer said he plans to cheer for the two French teams: Raclette Party and Call Me Daddy, the latter the current world champion.
Participants in the sport tend to shun activewear, preferring modern streetwear or natty, retro styles reminiscent of the Twenties and Thirties.
“It’s super nice. I love the style because it’s still in full evolution,” Louboutin told WWD.
Louboutin,

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Christian Louboutin, Federico Curradi and Alanui to Host Events During Pitti Uomo

MILAN — Christian Louboutin, Federico Curradi and Alanui will be among the guests at the upcoming edition of international men’s wear trade show Pitti Uomo, running in Florence from June 13 to 19. The brands are the latest addition to this edition’s exclusive program, which includes the already announced events organized by J.W. Anderson and Off-White to present the labels’ men’s collections on June 14 and 15, respectively. While the location of the Off-White event is still undisclosed, J.W. Anderson will host a runway show at Villa La Pietra, which houses a New York University campus.
During the seasonal press conference showcasing the fair’s program on Friday, Pitti Immagine chief executive officer Raffaello Napoleone said Christian Louboutin will organize a special sports-focused event on June 13. During the day, the brand will organize an outdoor tournament in a location in the heart of Florence. Details on the event were not available.
Hugo Boss will also be among the fair’s guests. In particular, the German brand will host a fashion show on June 13 at the Manifattura Tabacchi venue to present its Hugo spring 2018 collection.
One of the most promising men’s designers on the Italian scene, Curradi will present his latest spring collection

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J.W. Anderson Confirmed as Special Guest Designer at Pitti Uomo

J.W. Anderson will be the special guest designer of the upcoming edition of Pitti Uomo, running June 13 to 16 in Florence. The Irish designer will show his namesake line’s spring 2018 men’s wear collection on June 14.
Anderson announced the news posting a black-and-white portrait on his Instagram account. “Very excited to be the next special guest #Pitti Uomo 14th June 2017 #JWAnderson #SS18” read the caption, registering enthusiastic reactions from the designer’s 423,000 followers on social media.

J.W. Anderson’s Instagram account. 
@jw_anderson

Pitti Immagine confirmed the news on Monday.
Anderson will succeed Tim Coppens, who presented his fall collection at Pitti Uomo in January.

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Tommy Gets Techie for Pitti Uomo Presentation

The traditional runway show is so last century.
So instead of trotting a bevy of male models down a catwalk, Tommy Hilfiger is preparing to unleash a multimedia extravaganza at Pitti Uomo to showcase his fall collection.
Hilfiger’s installation at the Florence trade fair from today through Friday takes the place of his traditional dinner in London, where he’s shown for the past few seasons and continues the designer’s move to reinvent the show format.
Last September, he unveiled his Tommy x Gigi Collection by creating a Tommy Pier at the South Street Seaport in New York City to showcase the see-now-buy-now line of women’s wear. And he has already revealed that his fall women’s show will jump to Los Angeles from New York next month.
Hilfiger’s presentation at Pitti marks the first time the brand will be shown at the Florentine trade show. “It’s the right time,” the designer said.
His participation will serve to showcase three levels of the company’s business: sportswear, tailored clothing and Hilfiger Edition, a modern take on men’s wear classics executed in premium fabrics and with luxe details.
On Tuesday the company will host a two-hour presentation at Palazzo Corsini where 20 looks from the Hilfiger Edition collection will be

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Pitti Uomo to Open in Uncertain Economic Scenario

During the seasonal press conference held on Thursday by trade show organizer Pitti Immagine to present the schedule of Florence-based international men’s wear fair Pitti Uomo, running Jan. 10-13, Italian fashion and textile consortium SMI Sistema Moda Italia released its research on the status of the country’s textile and fashion compartment.
According to the study, after a positive first quarter that saw revenues gain 2.2 percent, compared with the same period last year, the second quarter slowed down, posting a 2 percent decrease. This referred to the textile, ready-to-wear and accessories markets. SMI provided a scenario, but not detailed figures.
According to data elaborated on the base of companies’ forecasts, the negative trend would continue in the third quarter of the year, with revenues expected to be down 2.4 percent.
Data provided by the Italian National Institute of Statistics pointed that, in the first eight months of the year, the exports of textile and fashion products were up 0.5 percent to 17.5 billion euros, or $ 18.6 billion at current exchange rate, compared to the same period last year. While the total exports toward European countries, mostly Germany and France, rose 2.2 percent, those directed to the extra-European markets were down 1.6 percent. In

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Ciro Paone to Be Honored at Pitti Uomo

NEW YORK — Ciro Paone, the cofounder of the luxury men’s brand Kiton, will be honored during the Pitti Uomo show in Florence in January.
Paone, who is the fifth generation of Italian fabric merchants, created the brand in 1956. He has been ill for some time and his nephews Antonio De Matteis and Antonio Paone are running the company as chief executive officer and president, respectively.
During a lunch here on Monday, Raffaello Napoleone, ceo of Pitti Immagine, said the trade show will hold a tribute to Ciro Paone called “Two or Three Things I Know About Ciro” that will include a portrait of the executive as well as a retrospective of the company, which is known for its high level of manufacturing in Naples.
“He’s not in good health, so we decided to do an event that would celebrate what he has done in his life,” Napoleone said, one that would serve as a tribute “to one of the most charismatic entrepreneurs” in Italy. Paone will also be presented with the Pitti Immagine Award during the fair.
Also at Pitti, Napoleone reiterated that Tim Coppens would be featured as the men’s wear guest designer, singled out for his “new luxury sportswear aesthetic.” It will

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