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Anyone know who the dude on the left is?

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He looks awful, I think. Is it just me or is his overcoat open because he probably couldn't close it? It doesn't look like a comfortable outfit at all.

jacket hem too short (when you can see a man's crotch on a DB suit...facepalm.gif)
trousers hem too short (doesn't do anything for his comparatively short legs to long torso)
trousers too tight at knees and thighs
shirt collar too small
overcoat hem too short

and I'm all for younger men wearing a slim fit...he's not dressing to his advantage in the slightest.
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Thighs too tight, and who would put their hands in pockets that are that high. It doesn't look comfortable at all. And the current trend of tieing your tie crooked.
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post

He looks awful, I think. Is it just me or is his overcoat open because he probably couldn't close it? It doesn't look like a comfortable outfit at all.

jacket hem too short (when you can see a man's crotch on a DB suit...facepalm.gif)
trousers hem too short (doesn't do anything for his comparatively short legs to long torso)
trousers too tight at knees and thighs
shirt collar too small
overcoat hem too short

and I'm all for younger men wearing a slim fit...he's not dressing to his advantage in the slightest.

Quoted for truth.
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These last few posts remind me of an Abba song:

I surf all night, I surf all day, to avoid the bills I have to pay
Ain't it sad

And still there never seems to be a single Guci-loafer left for me
That's too bad

In my dreams I have a plan
If I got me a Pitti-Uomo man
I wouldn't have to work at all, I'd pal around with Scott and have a ball...

Pitti, Pitti, Pity
Must be funny
In the dick-wad's world
Pitti, Pitti, Pity
Always sockless
In the dick-wad's world
Aha-ahaaa
All the things I could do
If I had a little two-ply cashmere
It's a dick-wad's world

A peacock like that is hard to find but I can't get him off my mind
Ain't it sad

And if he happens to be free I bet he wouldn't fancy me
That's too bad

So I must leave, I'll have to go
To Las Vegas or Monaco
And win a fortune in a game, my life will never be the same...

Pitti, Pitti, Pity
Must be funny
In the dick-wad's world
Pitti, Pitti, Pity
Always sunny
In the dick-wad's world
Aha-ahaaa
All the things I could do
If I had a little Pitti
In the dick-wad's world
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Pitti has really took a turn for the worse, I actually feel sorry for some of these people.
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Originally Posted by whnay. View Post

Pitti has really took a turn for the worse, I actually feel sorry for some of these people.


it's now a parody of it self. A living caricature.

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it's now a parody of it self. A living caricature.

When you try to be different at any cost,you always finish becoming a caricature..

A certain element of the Pitti crowd is just pathetic..
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Couple of comments:
(1) Pitti is much more about fashion than understated style. The brands, products shown - and the buyers / attendees as well - reflect that reality. Showcasing trends, new products / designs is a priority
(2) The photos you see are of people whose business often depends on being noticed, photographed, and essentially advertised. The clothing choices they make during these 4 days is aimed towards receiving that free publicity and PR
(3) It's a clique. A couple dozen dudes, a dozen bloggers, constantly feeding off each other. You scratch my back, I scratch yours.
(4) there's an element of humor that can or cannot be appreciated
(5) some guys push the envelope but actually look really really good. Not in a classic MC way but still look good. Agyesh (shorter guy with the tulip hat) is a great example of that. He's got his own style, and of course he's in the business of promoting his company's stuff and new designs, but he has excellent taste.
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