The new Tagliatore collection presented this year at Pitti 97 looks to the future, but always with an eye to the past and (their) history.
The Made in Italy brand announces itself at the Central Pavilion with the menswear collection FW20/21 thanks to its new eclectic creative director Pino Lerario. The search for fine materials, exclusive patterns, impeccable fit (which have always been the basis of all Tagliatore seasons) in this edition evolve taking inspiration from the magical 80s.
Another inspiration comes from their history: one step away from the company’s 50 years, they have retraced the entire stages of their history to design jackets, coats and shoes with contemporary lines, while maintaining the timeless elegance that has always characterized them.
Another novelty of this year is the warm yellow color and other unusual shades in their classic palettes. Combined with blacks and grays, these new colors are very versatile for any occasion, more or less informal.
Respectful attention as everyone else to the eco-sustainability factor, for the new creative director, respect for the environment even becomes a mantra: in addition to a greater awareness of the materials used and production methods, the company cleans the wholesale sector by removing some retailers and giving greater importance to a few but of quality.
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