Pitti Uomo 2014 Street Style by Andy Barnham

The florals were out in force in Florence.

The florals were out in force in Florence.

There’s nothing like teaming up with a like-minded Chap – Fashion Photographer, Andy Barnham when the heavy hitting fashion weeks are on in the northern hemisphere. Half the time the MenStylePower team are locked into editorials, so having the passionate and rockin dude like Andy (Aye mate!) is a pleasure.

From London Collections Men to Pitti Uomo – Andy’s rocked across the skies to these two great continents to cover the powerful, masculine and perfectly made attire from some of the biggest menswear fashion designers on the globe.

The toughest thing we’ve found in editing any shots from designers, is to source out the most masculine to appease our Gents. There are plenty of effeminate attire being delivered in collections across the planet, as much of fashion is art – alas, we do have a strong readership of ‘blokes’ who have a particular taste in menswear.

The Trend?

Blue and more blue. White and more white. The color palette of the deep blue was seen in different hues across the heavy trodden streets of Florence. Floral prints weren’t far behind along with complementary colors such as lemons, camels and tans. Patterns and Prints fueled confidence with the gentlemen, and nearly every dude was wearing shade, or eye-glasses. Sockless footwear and pocket squares were all the trend. Again.

Andy’s shot the streets of Italy, for #PittiUomo and here’s what he’s capture. We dig looking through is lens 10,000km away.

Andy’s contributed to The Rake magazine and was former lead photographer at Billionaire.com – Reference: www.andybarnham.com/Galleries/FashionWeeks

Incredible texture and two-tones

Incredible texture and two-tones

Green? It just works.

Green loafers? It just works.

Absolutely our best pick! Leather overalls...two-tone.

Absolutely our best pick! Leather overalls…two-tone.

Although we don't encourage smoking, this shot rocks!

Although we don’t encourage smoking, this shot rocks!

Latte, cream and camel tones complemented the severe shades of blue at Pitti.

Latte, cream and camel tones complemented the severe shades of blue at Pitti.

Blue by you.

Blue by you.

And if you don't mind.

And if you don’t mind.

Ladies and Gentlemen, sunflower yellow was the rocking pallette for the day.

Ladies and Gentlemen, sunflower yellow was the rocking palette for the day.

Be brave, wear ferrari red.

Be brave, wear Ferrari red.