Pitti Uomo’s Style Report

January 9th, 2012, byJeremy Freed

Photo: Trés Bien Shop via Flickr

Every year in January, Florence, Italy becomes the most important place in the world for anyone interested in men’s fashion. This is the direct result of Pitti Uomo, the giant men’s clothing and accessories trade show that takes place there, drawing the world’s most influential designers and peddlers of high-style garments.

I’ve never been to Pitti (as it’s called within the fashion world), but I hope to make it there someday; in the meantime, I enjoy the street-style photography that comes out of it. Not only is it an opportunity to observe some of the world’s most stylish men on parade, it’s always a sure-fire indicator of where men’s fashion will be a year from now.

Check out some great shots from previous years below:


Tommy Ton for GQ


The Sartorialist



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