From Our View – Pitti Uomo 92
An exclusive front row invitation.
With so many runways on the roster, June’s fashion schedule can be just a tad bit daunting. That is why we put together this invite-only rundown of the very best from Pitti Uomo 92. Let EH be your eyes so you can focus on those exclusive after-hours parties instead.
Off-White C/O Virgil Abloh
Heating up the Florentine event, Off-White C/O Virgil Abloh‘s runway turned politics into art with touches of emergency oranges inheriting the blacked out space—artist Jenny Holzer’s writing adorning the walls.
Hugo by Hugo Boss
Debuting a wicked collection of voodoo and mischief, Hugo by Hugo Boss brought a Jean-Michel Basquiat craze to its Florence runway, looks mimicking pure white canvas walking alongside pieces created with Charles Jeffrey Loverboy.
Federico Curradi‘s “Feed the Good Wolf” mantra worked its many facets in a line of silk and frayed edges that took deconstructed permanence to youthful new heights.