Pitti Uomo 92: Germany on top with lots of immaculate street style

The 92nd edition of Pitti Uomo has ended with a huge, successful splash of colour. With more than 1,220 brands participating, the menswear trade show with a focus on high end and artisanal menswear has grown bigger than ever with mainstream luxury brands after the buyers and the fashion crowd. 

J.W. Anderson held his Spring/Summer 2018 menswear show at Villa la Pietra, Christian Louboutin launched his new men’s collection with a bike polo tournament in the basilica of at Santa Maria Novella and Off-White’s Virgil Abloh presented his latest collection with an installation created by American artist Jenny Holzer which focused on the international refugee crisis.

Among the street stylers business was booming. According to Pitti Uomo’s report this year’s fest of fashion A very creative energy and the overall quality of the proposals meet the favor of the best national and international buyers at Pitti Immagine Uomo n. 92: foreign buyers “confirm the excellent results of last June”.

This is Pitti Immagine Uomo n. 92. in terms of figures. “More than 19,000 buyers have been registered a few hours before the end of the show, with foreign countries confirming the levels of last June and with a drop of Italian buyers between 8 and 9% (let’s remember that the number of buyers at Pitti Uomo 90, in June 2016, was the absolute record of the last ten years!) with a total number of more than 30,000 visitors. This is the ranking of attendance: Germany at the top followed by Japan, Spain, United Kingdom, The Netherlands, China, France, Switzerland, Turkey, USA, Korea, Belgium, Austria, Portugal, Russia, Sweden, Greece, Denmark, Poland, Canada”.

On the streets the stars were bulletproof style ready.

All photos via Pitti Immagine Uomo (@Enrico Labriola)