Illustrator Megan St Clair scoured through the spring/summer 2020 menswear collections during Pitti Uomo 96, and did what she does best—dissecting her favourite looks through colours, silhouettes and interesting details.
Read her brief reviews of the shows and scroll through the illustrations in the gallery above to get a first-hand recap of some of Pitti Uomo 96’s promising showings.
Held in the impressive Villa Palmieri, Clare Waight Keller brought the historical and contemporary world together in this fine art-infused collection detailed with tech-wear. High vis detailing, neon knits, line work and graphic prints to encompass. So, take the brocade jackets and trainers look as your spring/summer 2020 styling cue from the man with the pearl earring at Givenchy.
Marco de Vincenzo
With a strong fabrication-led background, Marco’s collection led the man of Pitti Uomo to fine knits and intricate detailing. Showcased in a tropical greenhouse, this collection certainly brought the summer man’s wardrobe to its pastels peak—inclusive of a pink layered look (as pictured) that the peacocks of Pitti would approve of.
S.R. Studio. LA. CA.
Debuting his first fashion collection during Pitti Uomo 96, Sterling Ruby though, is no new name to the fashion scene. An internationally renowned contemporary artist whose collaborations with Raf Simons are a personal favourite of mine. Under the branding of S.R. Studio. LA. CA., he brought his intense use of colour, experimentation and keen eye for collage, to a line-up of denim, stand-out knits and playful fringing.