The knitwear brand from Bologna is known for its superior craftsmanship and understated attention to detail. The FW21 collection features easy-to-wear pieces inspired by Mark Rothko’s art. Bright colors dulled by softer burnt tones, alongside beige and browns mixed with black, white, and ecru. Among the featured materials, recycled cashmere, faux fur on dressing-gown-inspired overcoats, and boiled wool jackets.
Its first foray into the world of menswear, Peserico describes its upcoming collection as ‘understated luxury.’ The formal set of pieces adapt classic silhouettes, making them modern via subtle detailing. Essential outerwear is complemented by versatile underlayers and nuanced detailing. Consisting of three key inspirations: New Romantics, Winter Sea, and Nomad Gents, each mood features distinctive styles and tones. All in perfect balance between formal luxury and casual comfort.
PHILIP HUANG, D.N.I. e FLAVIALAROCCA
Sustainability, awareness, and contemporary design: these are the key features that Sustainable Style, the project curated by fashion editor Giorgia Cantarini, brings to the attention of the Pitti Uomo community. Three new collections to discover: Philip Huang’s sportswear combined with Thai traditions, D.N.I.’s elegant and conscious workwear, and the modular, sustainable and endless wardrobe by Flavialarocca.