Pitti Uomo attacks
Internet gentlemen enjoy tearing apart the style prepositions from Pitti Uomo. Indeed not everybody is a well-dressed man there. In fact only a small percentage is. However, when more than 25.000 people show up at the clothing fair, the majority men, you do see quite a few really well-dressed men. Remember, many of these guys have thought through thoroughly how you create style with clothing. Moreover, they have practiced a lot.
Photos from Pitti Uomo 91
I have gathered some of my photos from the event below. There is more to come.
There are more Pitti Uomo 91 photos and video clips to watch on Sartorial Notes’ Facebook Page and Instagram Profile.
Photography: Sartorial Notes
I really like Akamine. He is one of the best dressed men in the world. Fantatsic colour coordination, an eye for thing that suit him and the fit is always out of question, no matter what he wears. Here he shows what a great choice a duffelcoat be for older men, even though most people seem allow them only for the college types.
Also congrats to you Thorsten. I saw a pic of your Pitti attire somewhere else. Very nice. Your approach of going to proper tailors who know what to do really shows in your pic. Cuts that fit, grown men collars, the right length, proper shoes and your good to go. No messin’ about in Italy’s back-alleys to save a grand that one then spends on flight, accommodation and food.
Parker, thank you. I try to stay true to quality, although it takes times.
Sven Raphael Schneider says
Nice photos Torsten. It was a pleasure to meet you in person!
Italo Cinque says
In your pagine “Portraits of well dressed men” there is not the name of tailor who made the suit wich You think it”s not very well. Do you know his name? Thanks Italo Cinque
No, I don’t know who is behind the suit, which by the way looks very fine. It’s the overall style I don’t fancy.
Italo Cinque says
Style? I don’t know how You prefer the first suit which is impossible to see all and I don’t understand if it’s possible to judge a suit without to know who made it.
Anyway I’d inform to You that the suit made Master Tailor Franco Puppato in Vence (Italy).
Please You go to his Atelier and after You speak about “The true Style”.
Maybe you hould learn how to read first, you ignorant imbecile. Torsten clearly stated that it’s the style (the combination of fabric, shirt, tie, flower on the lapel and hat) he doesn’t fancy not the cut or the quality of the garment, which he even complimented. Also, why shouldn’t he criticise it? A bad suit by a renowned tailor is still a bad suit.