Pitti Uomo 86 - sneak peek preview part III


Before starting full reviews later this week, here’s third sneak peek glimpse to what was seen last week in Florence…

Tagliatore

As usual Taglitore came out with bold patterns and this time with high use of red color as inspired by the local red wines of Puglia. That camouflage patterned double-breasted jacket in the second picture was a nice one, not sure if I could ever pull it off though. Also nice interpretations of jersey-fabrics…

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Drake’s of London

I always tend to end up my week by visiting Drake’s London as the collection of theirs is always impeccable. Inspiring and engrossing prints but naturally a lot of classics such as shantung and raw silk pieces.

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Eton of Sweden

Eton brought the tab collar in couple of seasons ago and it will be big during next seasons as well. It seemed that many others had followed as tab and mao-collars looked like a trend for next spring and summer. The jacket in the first pic is made by Eidos Napoli, really looking forward to the collaboration between Eton and Eidos that will be published later this summer.

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Eleventy

Nothing new under the sun, down to earth colors and softly tailored pieces but also some really interesting material choices (as the honeycomb-like cotton used in the cargo pants) by Italian Eleventy.

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More to come during next weeks.


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