• The Best Dressed Black Creatives This Week

    14 days ago - By Essence

    With a new year in full swing, so arearia-label="Pitti Uomo" href="> Pitti Uomo menswear tradeshow currently taking place in Florence, Italy kicks off a fashion week frenzy with Men's Fashion Week in Paris to follow. For creatives, this means a whirlwind of events and travels that all rely on giving a look at each stop. This week, cold temperatures are only rising so we caught some winter essentials while scrolling down our feed like puffer jackets, dark hues, and hats. Let's be honest, Instagram can serve as the best place to find your next outfit. There is nothing wrong with grabbing a...
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  • Pitti cool: highlights from the AW20 menswear event - in pictures

    14 days ago - By The Guardian

    From bacchanalian banquets and nightclubs to Garboesque anonymity and abundant outerwear, menswear editor Helen Seamons picks her highlights from the Pitti Uomo event in Florence
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  • Pitti Uomo 97: Stefano Pilati unveils ‘Random Identities' collection

    Pitti Uomo 97: Stefano Pilati unveils ‘Random Identities' collection

    14 days ago - By Fashion United

    IN PICTURES Iconic Italian fashion designer Stefano Pilati revealed his first independent venture, called ‘Random Identities', in Florence on Thursday evening.
    Guests of the fashion show entered into a surreal scene: The Stazione Leopolda, one of Florence's oldest train stations, was bare but for a rectangular collection of lights hanging from the ceiling and casting a glowing red catwalk against the stone floor.
    As the lights shifted to white and against a backdrop of long and deep cello chords, models walked out in Pilati's newest work, a collection of ready-to-wear primed for our...
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  • Random Identities: Menswear AW20 at Pitti Uomo

    Random Identities: Menswear AW20 at Pitti Uomo

    14 days ago - By 10 magazine

    It's been a while since we've last seen Stefano Pilati's big ideas in the context of a big catwalk show. The designer, whose last grand fashion house stint was as the head of design Ermenegildo Zegna from which he departed in 2016, has since launched his own label via Instagram, a move a lot of his peers would probably disregard. After last night's show though, it's clear that Random Identities is not just a passion project - it's something Pilati was meant to be doing from the very beginning.
    A free zone of self-expression, the Random Identities AW20 show was his opportunity to elevate...
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  • Telfar: Menswear AW20 at Pitti Uomo

    Telfar: Menswear AW20 at Pitti Uomo

    14 days ago - By 10 magazine

    Walking on the decay of yesteryears, Telfar Clemens builds fashion from the ground up with only the sky as his limit. Last night, he demonstrated exactly how close to sky he can actually go. To call the Telfar AW20 presentation a catwalk would be a serious understatement - these were some seriously theatrical proceedings with live music and a special performance by Carrie Stacks, dancing by Boychild and style demonstrations that not only made a point in what they represent now, but also in their historical relevance. After Paris Fashion Week last season, Clemens continued his quest of...
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  • As Pitti Uomo closes, menswear moves to Milan

    As Pitti Uomo closes, menswear moves to Milan

    14 days ago - By Fashion United

    As Pitti Uomo rounds up its 97th edition, menswear moves to Milan on Friday where the Italian capital will host 27 fashion shows and over 30 presentations.
    With Gucci and Prada back on the official schedule, the week will commence with the DSquared2's 25th anniversary event followed by Ermenegildo Zegna's catwalk presentation. British menswear brands Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen are also on the Milan calendar this season.
    Several brands, including Number 00, Miaoran, Magliano, Jieda and David Catalan, are supported by the Italy's fashion chamber of commerce and will host catwalk...
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