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Pitti Uomo fuels next edition with more design

The next edition of the menswear trade show will take place in Florence from January 7 to 10, 2020. The Italian designer Stefano Pilati will present his new brand, Random Identities.

Nov 20, 2019 — 7:40pm

Pitti Uomo fuels next edition with more design



Pitti Uomo, by Stefano Pilati and Telfar Clemens. The next edition of the menswear trade show will take place in Florence from January 7 to 10, 2020. During January 9, the Italian designer will present new first brand, Random Identities, and the African-American fashion designer Telfar Clements will exhibit the new collection of his Telfar brand.


Stefano Pilati worked for Armani and Prada and was also the head of design of Saint Laurent and Ermenegildo Zegna. In late 2017, he launched his own menswear brand, Random Identities, with timeless pieces and a genderless style. The brand is currently distributed in multibrand stores like Dover Street Market and in the online stores of the ecommerce company Ssense.


The unisex brand of Telfar Clemens was launched in 2005 in New York City. With an underground and inclusive spirit, the brand is described under the term “simplex” of simple and complex English (complex, in Spanish).


Pitti Uomo is one of the most important menswear trade show in the world. The fair, organized annually by Pitti Immagine in Florence, has already passed ninety editions with thirty years of history. The last edition had a total of 30,000 visitors and 18,500 buyers.

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