Beyond Closet presented its Fall/winter 2018 Collection entitled “Beautiful B People” as a part of the Concept Korea project of Pitti Uomo, featuring interesting and upcoming brands from Korea of course!
As every season, the layout of the official venue of the tradeshow, Fortezza da Basso changes decoration. This season, it was the turn of “Pitti Live Movie” presenting cinema-inspired installations, imagery and billboards. All intended to go with the theme of movies!
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Bmuet(te) was also another brand selected for the Concept Korea project. They shared the catwalk with Beyond Closet.
The guest nation of this edition was Finland, featuring a selection of eight Finnish brands and designers who showed their collections in the special area of the Spazio Carra / Main Pavillion - Lower Level of Fortezza da Basso.
M1992 was another special project of Pitti Uomo 93, which premiered the new collection of designer and DJ Dorian Stefano Tarantini with a very cool mix of American Style, Yuppy Cowboy-inspired pieces and handmade silver buckles produced by EL CHARRO.
The Istanbul-based contemporary streetwear brand Les Benjamins presented its new Men’s Fall/Winter 2018-19 with a special event-performance at Teatro Nicolini.
Luca Magliano with his label Magliano was the Pitti Italics selected name of Pitti Uomo 93. He presented his Fall/Winter 2018 Collection entitled “ The Wardrobe of the Man in Love” starring unconscious and challenging elegance with a passion of extra-ordinary sizes and looks.
The International Woolmark Prize, one of the most prestigious wards aimed at supporting upcoming talent, returned to Pitti Uomo to announce the winner of the menswear and womenswear categories. 12 finalists from around the world presented innovative collections displaying the potential of Australian merino wool.
Undercover by Jun Takahashi and TAKAHIROMIYASHITATheSoloist presented their menswear collections for Fall/Winter 2018-19 as Guest Designers of Pitti Uomo 93. For the first time these visionary Japanese designers staged two back-to-back shows that served as an expression not only of their friendship, but also of the mutual respect for another’s work.