Transitioning from the rougher street looks of London fashion week – where the clashing of a leopard supreme bucket hats, purple hoodie and the latest pair of Nikes dominated the street – to the picturesque backdrop of Florence where the mecca of tailoring softened street style looks, it was this week’s Pitti Uomo 96 that provided sartorial classics.

Running in line with Men’s Fashion Month, the summer heat brought out a slew of neatly tailored linen and camp collar shirts for the bi-annual menswear event. Across four days, the exhibition was the location for Spring/Summer 2020 runway presentations from the likes of Clare Waight Keller’s Givenchy, Sterling Ruby, and MSGM’s Massimo Giorgetti. In turn, the guest list teemed with celebrity buyers, editors and influencers and each look lived up to it’s wearers name.

From on the ground at Pitti Uomo 96 in Florence, here are the 10 best street style looks.

Photos by @lucy_butts

Alistair Guy

Giving off safari vibes, Alistair Guy wears an Edward Sexton shirt and tie, Carmina shoes and Spinal of London sunglasses.

Michael Pretolani

Wearing Menadito, Michael Pretolani is the one who can pull of ‘loud’.

Emanuele Tumidei

Twisting Japanese and French style cues into triple denim, Emanuele Tumidei wears Menadito.

Jake Mccabe

Wearing a custom-made kimono-style jacket, Jake McCabe incorporates strong Japanese influences with a big hat to keep it fresh under 40 degree heat.

Nasario Giubergia

Some people say a blue suit is boring, but not when it is so impeccably tailored. Nasario wears a Cerruti 1881 suit.

richard biedul

Combining a seer sucker green suit with a silk pyjama shirt is old-school but so timeless. Richard Biedul wears Richard James suit and Budd Shirtmakers shirt.

Johan and oskar salomonsson

In a brown suit, slick hair cut and sunnies, the boys from Sir of Sweden can do no wrong.

Tom Simpson

Keeping it cool and comfy, Tom from Tales of Man wear an off-white Mndatory linen suit and Gucci slip-ons.

matteo formichetti

Matteo Formichetti knows how to do impeccable tailoring, with a sense of ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ style in Marco Costantini.

Sam diamond

Sam Diamond wears a vintage Burberry safari jacket and Sam Diamond Tailors trousers.

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