Dudes Fashion Week: 12 Rules of Pitti Uomo

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15th Jan, 2013

It’s men’s fashion week again and over in Florence, the Pitti Uomo parade of dapperly dressed dudes is out in full force. Worlds away from your typical street style photography of other fashion weeks, the men of Pitti Uomo have their own rules…

Don’t bother coming unless your fabrics look like they were woven by the magical horns of a thousand tiny unicorns.

Tommy Ton

Dope Chef

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Layer yourself up until it doesn’t even make sense anymore, then layer some more.

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Tommy Ton
Tommy Ton
 

(Ladies can get in on the layering action too)

 Tommy Ton

Stuff every imaginable pocket, hole, crevasse, nook & cranny of your outfit with an accessory.

Tommy Ton
Tommy Ton
Tommy Ton
 

If a bird could nest in your beard, you’re good to go.

The Sartorialist

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 Tommy Ton

 

Simply looking like you actually work in fashion is ‘out’– looking like the billionaire investor is ‘in’.

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via Nam

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Alternatively, farmers are also welcome…

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via Nam

via Nam

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And it turns out the maffia like fashion too…

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Synchronised posing ONLY, when sitting on the Pitti Uomo wall.

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via Tommy Ton
 

 

Raid your girlfriend’s/ mum’s scarf drawer.

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And drape it like it’s hot, drape like it’s hawwt…

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via Tommy Ton

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Or not..

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While you’re at it, raid her J-LO hat collection too…

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via Tommy Ton

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And who are you really without your own street gang of dapperly dressed dudes?

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via Tommy Ton

With thanks to photography by Tommy Ton, The Sartorialist, Dope Chef, StreetFSN, NAM, The NYC Streets

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