Marine Serre, the guest designer of Pitti Uomo 106, passed through Florence (Italy) as if she were a shooting star, enchanting the audience at her latest fashion show, held at the historic 15th century Villa di Maiano estate – a unique location that underlines timeless splendour and elegance.

There, on a natural grass catwalk, the cast of models could be seen wearing the Spring/Summer 2025 designs created for the occasion; an occasion that the French woman will surely not forget, as this show was her first held outside Paris and also because with it she expanded (as much as she could) her men’s fashion offer. We say as much as she could because according to what had been heard days before, this show was going to be composed exclusively of men’s looks, something that in the end did not happen.

Regardless of this, Marine offered the best version of herself and, by the way, showed a new, more mature register, where her iconic moon print was no longer the protagonist, but tailoring and embroidery were; fields that merged successfully and resulted in delicate, romantic and delightful pieces such as a white suit or a cream three-quarter-length coat, double-breasted and with marked shoulders, accompanied by multicoloured flowers of different sizes and superimposed. Sadly, these were the only two of their kind to be seen, but it was enough to affirm that Serré would be great at making clothes like this.

Upcycling, a technique more than present in the brand, was not missing in the proposal, as well as patchwork, seen in satin shirts with big V-necks, Bermuda shorts, and coats. All of the above was accompanied by classic loafers or boots in black and bags of different sizes and colours with the print you already know.

Have a look at the Marine Serre Spring/Summer 2025 collection below: