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Friday marked the fourth and final day of Pitti Uomo 88. While brands inside rolled out their fashion offerings for Spring/Summer 2016 one last time, outside – on the iconic fortezza da basso – the locals made the most of the Florentine sun.
Utility-style polyester trench coats over pinstripe suits gave back a sports feel to tailoring, while workshop pockets came stitched onto blazers, made from lightweight, dusty-hued linen. And, the rustic-ness continued with indigo Chambrays, and black silk-linen shirts lead by the Japanese entourage in attendance.
But layering was the biggest Pitti look, whipping out paisley-print scarves in smooth silk, waistcoats in textured cottons, and rolled-sleeve blazers in rusty reds and blues – the sprezzatura Italian capped-off with a neatly stuffed pocket square and rough-tucked shirt.
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