Italian Brand Brioni announced the “departure” of its creative director, Justin O’Shea, after only one show, and little more than six months in charge. The fall 2017 collection will not be shown on the runway; instead, it will be presented to buyers at the brand’s Milan showroom from mid-November, a Brioni spokesman said. In a statement, Gianluca Flore, chief executive officer of Brioni, thanked O’Shea for his collaboration with the brand during this period. “The strategy of revitalisation of Brioni that started at the beginning of this year is set to continue being implemented through a long-term plan aimed to further establish the brand as a leader in the luxury menswear category,” the Kering-owned brand stated in a press release.