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T. Lipop, the winner of WHO IS ON NEXT? UOMO 2014

  • 15 Jan
Thomas P Lipop, the winner of Who is on next? Uomo 2014

T.Lipop, the winner of “WHO IS ON NEXT? UOMO” 2014
The winner of WHO IS ON NEXT? UOMO 2014 will be the star of a sit-specific performance featuring the international premieres of his 2015-2016 fall/winter collections for men. Fashion Valley Industry has been engaged in creating opportunities for new fashion designers and those who combine fashion’s materials with other artistic and aesthetic experiences.
The designer will present his 2015-16 fall/winter collection to the international public at Pitti Uomo with a special performance: date on Thursday January 15th at 12.00 p.m. at the Dogana for the T. Lipop presentation.

“Winning Who Is On Next? Uomo has made it possible for us to acquaint the world with our brand’s creativity that finds its power in attention to detail, original lines and references to tradition”, says Tom Lipop. “Thanks to the support of Pitti Immagine, L’Uomo Vogue, Alta Roma, Fashion Valley, Tomorrow and Yoox we have been able to take our brand to the next level and we have organized a special fashion show to present our new collection this coming January. I hope that this experience can generate greater visibility.

The motivation of the “WHO IS ON NEXT? UOMO” juding panel reads:
The Who is On Next? Uomo award for prêt-à-porter goes to T. Lipop
Here is a great talent who presents a complete and original collection, a mature project informed by careful studies of materials and shapes. His personal and professional story began in Great Britain and is growing to maturity through Italian craft traditions. It is a coherent collection characterized by a complete identity, high creative content and sophisticated sartorial details.

A decidedly minimal aesthetic combined with fine fabrics and extremely innovative tailoring: this is the spirit of T.LIPOP, the English ready-to-wear brand established in 2011 by creative head Tom Lipop and his business partner Eser Aydemir. In the “Lipop man”, the concept of less is more is developed through a reinterpretation of contemporary tailoring dictates with elegant lines and deconstructed shapes.



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