Taking place in Florence’s Pitti Uomo, designer Consuelo Castiglioni‘s Marni didn’t seem to gravitate towards a certain trend or focus. Despite that, there were many standout pieces that made this a collection to remember. Basking in the gravity of Marino Marini’s statues looming over the runway, intermixed with Panda Bear’s “Joy’s Latin” infecting the atrium, the scene at the show was one of juxtaposition, contrasting the elegant and primal. Rich in color, structured tunics made of suede with zips and single vents floated down the runway. Oversized trenches and robe-like collarless coats infused a more relaxed vibe. An abundance of furs — rabbit, alpaca, sheepskin and goat — imbued a primal and animalistic aspect to the show. Overall, despite the variety of influences, the sturdiness and precise tailoring tied the pieces together offering many memorable pieces.