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Key Menswear Trends from Pitti Uomo Fall/Winter 2016-17

Key Menswear Trends from Pitti Uomo Fall/Winter 2016-17

This week marks the start of the new trade show season, as directional designers and brands prepare to showcase their Fall/Winter 2016-17 collections at international industry events. Kicking off the 2016 trade show calendar is Pitti Uomo, an influential fashion and lifestyle platform previewing the latest clothing, footwear and accessory ranges for men. Currently taking place at the Fortezza da Basso in Florence, the show’s 89th edition is themed around the concept of ‘Pitti Generations’, exploring the coexistence of different generations in modern menswear styles. As ever, the experts at Trendstop.com will be hard at work this season, reporting on all the latest trends emerging at each international key trade show as it happens. Read on to discover three inspiring menswear directions analyzed at Pitti Uomo Fall/Winter 2016-17.

Distressed Gent

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Images courtesy of Trendstop.com: Reinhard Plank, CUPRO, All Need, all Fall/Winter 2016-17. 

Formal styles are treated with a scruffy, dishevelled aesthetic this season, inspiring a look of the Distressed Gent. Across apparel and accessories alike, we see a play on grungy colourways, mottled patterning and worn-in or damaged details. Key pieces include torn trilby hats, muted textured coats and battered leather satchels.

Fur on the Inside

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Images courtesy of Trendstop.com: Roy Rogers, Mr & Mrs Italy, Mr & Mrs Italy, all Fall/Winter 2016-17.

Perfect for cold weather wardrobes, casual jackets evolve for winter with a play on textured detailing. Bombers, parkas and outdoors styles combine woven or technical fabric exteriors with cosy fur linings for added warmth. Contrast shades highlight the material mix design, as multicolored patterning makes for a bolder statement.

Playfully Seventies

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Images courtesy of Trendstop.com: Moto Guo, Carlo Volpi, Kenneth Field 

As 70’s inspirations continue to influence modern menswear, designers demonstrate with a light-hearted approach to retro-look designs for Fall/Winter 2016-17. Neutral check blazers take on quirky academic appliqué, while knitted sweats make a statement with fun patterns. Formal brogues stand out with colour pop detailing.

F/W 2015-16 Milan & Florence Trade Shows Report


Trendstop’s trade shows experts compile in-depth trend reports seasonally and this season we would like to give you access to our complete F/W 2015-16 Milan & Florence Trade Shows trend report.

Be inspired by our complete coverage from Pitti Uomo and Micam looking at featured brands, key trends and editor’s picks from the shows.

As we focus on the newest developments in our reports this free overview is packed with the exciting menswear trends to look forward to in your Fall/Winter sourcing and planning as well and will give you a preview of our in-depth trade shows content.

Be inspired for the new season!


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