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Pitti Uomo 94

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by sebastian mcfox, Jun 11, 2018.

  1. Geoffrey Firmin

    Geoffrey Firmin Distinguished Member

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    @sebastian mcfox great combination of candid street images and posed shots. Great work.:lurk:
     


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    Floral patterned shirts certainly seem to be the hot stuff this time.
     


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    I enjoy it all. Great photos.
     


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    Ha! was thinking the same thing.

    Noted: WIDE lapels, deep pants pleats, pajama suits. Ties are out (again)
     


  8. sebastian mcfox

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    It was too damn hot for ties :crazy:
     


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    Never stopped anyone in the past!

    Just curious -- did you notice any trends that might have legs, as it were, either inside or outside the venue?
     


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    Very well selected (and taken) pictures to know what's going on nowadays in menswear.

    Thank you for posting.

    It seems that some trends have sprung:

    - Open collared printed shirts.
    - B&L loafers.
    - Earthy toned suits.
    - Full-cut trousers

    And some others are not as much in vogue as past seasons:

    - Double monks.
    - Denim/chambray shirts.
    - Grenadine ties.
     


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    Also (thankfully): those floppy ladies' hats.
     


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    I'm just about to buy my first pair of double monks, Pitti be damned!!!
     


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    I noticed that too. Perhaps the wearers were preparing for the aforementioned humanitarian sock drop in Africa.

    TBH that's one style I just can't get behind. The look is always a little too try-hard for my taste.
     


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    It must be the environment but, IMO, the majority of these men look like tools. That said I felt the same way last year looking at the photo's, they must run in a world where working for a living is secondary to fashion.

    Photo's are amazing though. Color is wonderful, details are clear and the shooter clearly thrives in that area. Bravo.
     


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