The Five Brands We Are Still Thinking About From Pitti Uomo 106

Buzigahill, Tolo, and Domenico Orefice are some of the emerging designers that we think should be on your radar.

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Last month, Pitti Uomo 106 took over the streets of Florence, as men backed out their finest tailored suits, neckties, and loafers to attend the annual trade show.  Designers, buyers, journalists, and fashion fans gathered for the four-day experience to explore the latest brands and collections. 

French fashion designer Marine Serre was named guest designer for Pitti Uomo 106. Her show, titled “Sempre Legati,” embodied romance and liberation. Models graced the runway under the sunset at Villa di Maiano. The show also marked the debut of Serre’s first menswear collection. It featured a variety of upcycled pieces like a parka made out of hiking bags, and a coat covered in flowers made from silk scarves. Serre closed the show with 10 full white looks to spread a message of peace and love. She referred to this collection as her anniversary. 

“It’s a collection where I took the most pleasure,” said Serre in a media scrum before the show. 

Marine Serre’s presentation may have been the main attraction at Pitti Uomo 106, but it was only a piece of the experience. There were a number of brands we saw at the trade show that you should be putting on your radar.

Here are five of our favorites.


Man in a patchwork plaid shirt, sunglasses, and black pants with his hands in his pockets, standing in front of a busy urban street backdrop


Domenico Orefice


Denzil Patrick

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