Street Style Pitti Uomo 87 – Part I

And the last day of Pitti Uomo 87 has come to an end and will open its doors in June once again. It was as always a lot of unusual colors among the attendees, with some succeeding better than others. But let’s not forget that people like different styles and Pitti Uomo is one of few events where you basically get away with anything. I’m happy to see that the trend this time is that more people are going for the longer suits, jackets, and trousers. This is actually something that has been seen on numerous lookbooks already for the spring and summer collections so this could possible be a well deserved turn towards the longer silhouette. Enjoy the first part of this series and as always it’s focus on the small details (Header credits to Pitti Immagine).

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Beautiful donegal fabric signed Eidos Napoli.

Tone in tone matching by Mr Weinås.

Tone in tone matching by Andreas Weinås.

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Drake’s scarf combined perfectly with a green car coat.

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Saman Amel rocking a beautiful outfit from his own atelier.

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Casual meets dressed.

Mr Danilo Carnevale shows how to pull off a turtleneck.

Danilo Carnevale shows how to pull off a turtleneck.

Combining textures was something that was seen everywhere on the fair.

Combining textures was something that was seen everywhere on the fair.

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Bracelets is still a popular accessories but in a more toned way.

The double monk straps were everywhere as always but the length of the trousers were longer  for many.

The double monk is still the king of the shoes at Pitti. Notice the longer pants length that is a welcome sight.