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Main pavilion at Pitti Immagine to show lifestyle trends
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Nov '13
Space in the Main Pavilion is truly in demand. It is the heart of the fair featuring the continuing evolution of menswear and design contaminations.

And, at each edition it reinvents the rules of the trade fair game by broadening the offer and through the Pop Up Stores, that offer close-ups on specific design items.

The itinerary goes from the Lower Level with collections such as – Bagutta, Car Shoe, Church’s, Felisi, Isaia, Lardini - that express refined sartorial research interpreted in a contemporary classic key to the Upper Level, that is attracting the attention of sophisticated boutique buyers, with important representatives of the new classic – such as Altea, Finamore, Herno, PT01, Stefano Ricci - with their high exceptionally high quality products, exclusive fabrics and workmanship.

And in between, on the Ground Floor are collections by names such as Cantarelli, Seventy, Paciotti and Jeckerson in a free and open dialogue with the other “worlds” of Pitti Uomo.

Pitti Immagine


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