Pitti Uomo AW13 - Final Day

10th January, 2013

Ermanno Scervino

Ermanno Scervino was the king of Pitti Uomo AW13.


And the grey colour was the main theme of his menswear collection this season. As you can see from the pictures we have picked up here amongst the massive representation portrayed during his show, there were many impeccable gentleman's looks that are worth a look.


Not only you see the return of double breasted jackets for day and evening, but also the remark of one of the trends we spotted already earlier this current season: the ties under sweater (please refer to our picture blog related section for further info). So you see also few amazing pieces of elaborated knitwear on top of clean and nicely cut grey ties.


OK, you may notice not a great variation in colours, apart from the grey and bordeaux mixes, but at the end of the day, what you expect from a sartorial designer such as Ermanno Scervino, is great cut in the suits and simplicity. 


There were also few fur collars worth be noticing, as this is also one of Ermanno Scervino's key features.


Pitti Uomo closed yesterday with Kenzo, other guest of honour of this 83rd edition.


Of course, Kenzo is not a designer that can be easily defined as sartorial at all efffects. Still, there were interesting looks (the most wearable ones, without so many prints) that made a good appeal in the catwalk.


Many customers of this brand, anyway, usually opt for the printed looks, but even in this case, there were some (such as the three ones selected at the end of our images) which were less appealing... and less sellable or wearable, as a consequence.


We like the Kenzo that goes into the traditional roots of tailoring, with soft outerwear pieces such as the light blue overcoats and the oversized sweaters at the shoulders and the arms, where you can see the perfect commixtion of different colour panels in black, white, grey and light blue.