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Pitti Uomo 2017: men's clothing trends
Pitti Uomo 2017: men's clothing trends

The most interesting news in men's clothing for next Autumn-Winter 2017

The new year begins as usual in Florence, on the occasion of Pitti Uomo where the men's collections for theAutumn-Winter 2017.

The 91st edition of Pitti underlines a return to origins. L'craftsmanship is at the fore when it comes to clothing, including, not only the mastery of Italian tradition, but expanding the range in the direction of Europe and the new rising realities.

Hence, knitwear is the host, standing out for a reborn quality of materials and a new aesthetic sense that turns, like the fashion of the catwalks, towards genderless aesthetics.

There is no shortage of even the most daring silhouettes and innovative materials, all seasoned with a right balance made of color palettes and simplified textures.

The clothing trends from Pitti Uomo 91

The passion for the style of the 60s surfer is at the center of the aesthetics of the brand, born in Paris from the idea of ​​two brothers. The colors are neutral, the fabrics are refined and the variety is wide. The novelty are t-shirts and sweaters in thin wool with the same claim embroidered: Surf in, from New York to Tokyo, passing through Milan and, of course, Paris.
The meticulous attention to detail, the quality of the yarns and the soft silhouettes make this brand from Brescia an excellent example of Made in Italy. The vibrant color palette is the strength of the new collection.
One of those well-known brands that never ceases to amaze, especially when it comes to the winter collection. In the photo the ultra-light down jackets, designed to be worn with other outerwear, which however, alone, resist up to -5 °. Igloo proof.
Knitting, sophisticated design and a pinch of creativity. The designer aims to identify the brand of the same name, season after season, as the right compromise between experience of the past and vision of the future.
American brand born in the first decades of the last century, it has become a real reference for the casual men's style with British inspiration, a nation to which it has belonged since the 70s. Our favorite piece for next season is the long-sleeved wool polo..
The Atlantic Ocean, the wild nature of its coasts and the brand's homeland, Portugal, come to life in the colors and materials chosen for the winter collection. A brand also loved by women, it is especially appreciated for outerwear, linear and cool, without frills.
Only first-rate fabrics, genderless silhouettes and high levels of wearability. A French classic of which we recommend the shirt and pants suit, a hybrid of tracksuit and suit.
From Korea, with lots of love. The focus presented at the fair is outerwear, deliberately extra large with different prints, fabrics and shapes. They are born as unisex garments, easily wearable by both sexes. The must have is the oversized down jacket, with a vaguely retro print.
The brand's exemplary knitwear meets the eye of an artist, Canadian Allison Katz. Each piece (strictly unisex) will be available in 10 pieces at the London temporary shop, House of Voltaire.
Born in 2012, the brand has Danish origins and is designed exclusively for rain. Not just k-way but accessories of all kinds, from hats to bags.
Not the usual kimono. The models are born first of all as men's outerwear, and are produced with the most particular processes and materials. One of a kind, they are an outerwear to keep in mind for 2017.
Italian manufacturing and tradition, the brand aims to constantly renew itself by changing and revisiting the most varied prints and patterns. The velvet and tartan versions in the photo are the flagship of the A / W 2017 season.
A completely revisited mood for the Italian shirt brand that reviews various themes, all with a single common denominator: quality. Casual shirts with colorful prints are the highlight of the next season.
The quality and manufacture of the coats of the past, that timeless charm of a tailored coat and the innovation of modern materials and techniques. The brand studies and evolves tradition making it unique and decidedly contemporary.

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