Best street style from Pitti Uomo 91
Firenze on fire
Pitti Immagine Uomo hardly boasts the fanfare that surrounds the other fashion weeks, but what the menswear tradeshow lacks in perceived prestige, it makes up for in Pinterest-worthy style inspiration. With top dogs Paul Smith, Brunello Cucinelli, Stefano Ricci and Tommy Hilfiger taking the floor at the 91st instalment, keep your eyes peeled for fashion's top dandies kitted out to a T. Here, the highlights documenting all the style antics as the dapper boys (and girls) takeover the streets.
DAY 4: BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOUR
Ask any stylish gent worth his sartorial salt what colour your first suit should be, and we bet our last penny that it's a unanimous chorous, 'blue'. Why? Because unless you're a maître d', black should never be your starter kit.
For more street style from day 4 of Pitti Uomo 91, click on the slideshow below:
DAY 3: BOMBER JACKETS
How to stand out in a sea of tailored coats? Opt for a cool yet classic outerwear like this military staple that's just as versatile for layering.
For more street style from day 3 of Pitti Uomo 91, click on the slideshow below:
DAY 2: SARTORIAL MARKERS
Scarves and gloves aren't just cold weather necessities. They are accessories that easily inject a jolt of colour to an otherwise muted ensemble. Scroll down for a few good pointers.
For more street style from day 2 of Pitti Uomo 91, click on the slideshow below:
DAY 1: REGIMENTAL ROUTINE
From repurposed military jumpsuits to mariner headgear, know that Pitti is not just a vortex of suit-to-skin tailoring. In session: A fine lesson on going against all protocol.
For more street style from day 1 of Pitti Uomo 91, click on the slideshow below:
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