FLORENCE — After generating their share of headlines in women’s fashion for two years with theatrical runway shows and fanciful ready-to-wear, Dutch designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren set out to do the same with their first men’s wear collection.

The designers had said they were launching men’s because they wanted to dress themselves. On Thursday night at Stazione Leopolda here during the men’s trade show Pitti Uomo, they took that anchoring idea to the literal extreme in the form of a precisely executed ballet of dressing and undressing.

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