Street Style: The Most Dapper Scenes From Pitti Uomo Fall/Winter 2020

Photographer Jung-Jin Matt Choi shares his snapshots of the action in Florence


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London-based Crane Brothers alumni Jung-Jin Matt Choi knows a thing or two about great menswear. On the ground in Florence to see all the latest style action at influential trade event Pitti Immagine Uomo, the event coincides with the menswear runway collections for fall/winter 2020. He shares some of his favourite snapshots from Florence.

Nicola Ardano always sports an interesting sartorial combination. This time, a very thick burgundy shirt softened with a mosaic print tie by Spacca Neapolis and charcoal jacket by Orazio Luciano.

Photo / Matt Choi

John Mangham from Crane Brothers wears a made-to-measure jacket from Crane Brothers over a merino crew-neck sweater, baby needle cord shirt and a five pocket trouser.

Photo / Matt Choi

Menswear buyer Shuhei Nishiguci adds a black beret and leather jacket to a slick pinstripe suit.

Photo / Matt Choi

Surprising details add a point of interest to this attendees outfit.

Photo Matt Choi

A crisp white shirt is a timeless classic, open at the neck and worn with a beautiful brown blazer, this is a great casual look that still feels polished.

Photo / Matt Choi

Flourishes from the 70s via tinted glasses, bold check prints and tan loafers provides a nostalgic twist to an otherwise contemporary look.

Photo / Matt Choi

The power of a bold scarf can elevate an otherwise somber look to the next level.

Photo / Matt Choi

Mr. Tsubo from influential Japanese menswear retailer Boy's Market in Tokushima with friend. Matt says "this couple had an effortless look, and I loved how he wasn't afraid to wear white jeans in winter with a more reserved colour palette.

Photo / Matt Choi

The mix of textures in this look makes it a great template for cooler months, and always a great idea to combine denim with tailoring.

photo / Matt Choi

Take a leaf out of the old-school book of style and explore the power of a well-fitted hat.

Photo / Matt Choi

A baker-boy style cap in a beautiful wool is perfect for a Northern hHemisphere winter.

Photo / Matt Choi


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