Pitti 2015. Photo by Salvo Sportato

Florence, Italy–BACO’s fashion editor Valentina Accardo and photographer Salvo Sportato take to the streets at Pitti Uomo 88 to understand what the parade of gents and ladies are wearing from head to toe. For spring summer, we spotted a lot of bespoke, made-to-measure, hand crafted fashions, as well as quite a few BACO-style brands we have yet to discover.


OCCUPATION: Italian Fashion Editor, Fucking Young
SUIT: Made-to-order suit from Bazaar shop by Elisabetta Lombardi in Viareggio
SHOES: Marni
TOP: Fruit of the Loom t-shirt
BAG: From Ibiza
JEWELRY: artisanal bespoke, Saint Laurent earring
HAT: Veronica Marino



OCCUPATION: Fashion trend hunter
JACKET: An authentic WWII  US Army jacket
PANTS: Levis vintage
SHIRT: Ralph Lauren vintage
BELT: croc vintage
SHOES: Sperry Top-sider



OCCUPATION: Designer, Rubinacci, Fashion Icon
SUIT: All Rubinacci bespoke linen denim and check suit. Also pocket square and loafers by Rubinacci
SHADES: Tyg (Three Young Gentlemen).



OCCUPATION: Blogger, contributor to TV show “Top” on Raiuno
JACKET: Bespoke Sartoria Rossi
PANTS: Shaft jeans
ACCESSORIES: coral bouttonier, tie and pocket square Calabrese 1924
HAT: Parvisio
BAG: La Felisi
WATCH: Bulova
SHOES: Franceschetti


ALSO IN THIS ISSUE: BACO STYLE: Erica Pelosini and Louis Leeman, White Milan: Where Trends Don’t Apply , Unexpected Finds at Pitti, BACO STYLE: Mickael Francois Loir of Le Loir en Papillon,  Decoding Pitti Style, Men’s Collections Explore New Horizons

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