PittiImmagineUomo 83: the second day. Three names… Emiliano Rinaldi, Andrea Pompilio, Erïk Bjerkesjö. Three different points of view… Decadent, glamorous, minimal-chic… it’s the 2014’s man!

Rinaldi’s Amo Firenze is a tribute to the city that hosts him… Four items of clothing … Three icons… The David, the Lily, Palazzo Vecchio, the Little Pig. His, is a romantically impudent aristocrat… A nostalgic avant-gardist…  A D’Annunzio’s fictional descendant!

On the other hand, it’s a controversial citizen of the world the one parmarching for Andrea Pompilio. Contemporary, a lover of luxury and with a bohemian soul… He dares with colors and the precious materials: cashmere for pants, velvet and fur for his sleepers…

New performer of this 83rd edition, Erik Bjerkesjö tells of a stylish, contemporary and futuristic young man. Clear lines. Linee pulite. Neutral colors. Essential design. It’s the meeting between Sweden and Italy! And if young people choose to pay homage to Florence, the city choses to honor Ermanno Scervino… Tailoring and Italian taste… The allure is just unmistakable… The details impeccable… Palazzo Vecchio is the scene for the Made in Italy

Photo: Erїk Bjerkesjö New Performer @ Pitti Uomo 83 by Magnus Klackenstam