Suitsupply showcases a small glimpse of its moodboard inspiration for SS15.
Working with Biella based weavers E. Thomas, Ferla and Vitale Barberis Canonico, we can expect a variety of reinterpreted fabrics dating back to the 19th century, carefully stored within these weaver’s archives: linen, cotton, summer cashmere, kid mohair and seersucker are but a part of this selection. The spice trail also bears a presence in the collection, namely in what regards warmer, dynamic shades that complement the traditional navy and royal blue.
A Tribute to CAMO
CAMO AW14 Pitti Preview
Inspired by the city lights, Stefano Ughetti managed to deliver yet another impressive collection, marked by the influence of urban colors on both new and trademark models. A strong emphasis was given to knitwear, presented in a variety of patterns, textures and shades, while making the best of luxurious fabrics and construction. A shout out to the beautiful speckled effects which embody the sight of an urban environment by night.
Suiting is always one of the most appealing offerings from the Italian label, which manages to deliver a tailored take on casual models through its fitted blazers and low crotch trousers: this time around, beautiful tweed and heavy wool was used to portray a unique wintery feel.
Ph: Beyond Fabric
CAMO SS14 “Garden” Collection
A suitable lookbook to celebrate the first sunny day in months…
CAMO by my good friend and designer Stefano Ughetti is another must see at the fair. Bringing an unconventional twist to traditional menswear essentials, especially in what regards suiting, Stefano always manages to deliver outstanding collections with a few trademark statement pieces in the mix. His unique approach was further recognized during last Pitti Uomo, with one of the suits being selected for Angelo Flaccavento’s “Vestirse da Uomo” exhibit. Stay tuned for their alternative live performances held within the Fortezza’s premises…