The Style Doctor: Uche Nnaji Takes Pitti Uomo – Day 1

Pitti Uomo is regarded as the most important International event for menswear and men accessories collections and for the launch of new men fashion projects.

Style Doctor at Pitti Uomo – Day 1

As the world’s men fashion and style big wigs gather in the beautiful Italian city of Florence for the 2016 edition of Pitti Uomo holding from January 12th to the 15th, Creative Director for OUCH and Style Doctor Uche Nnaji put up a dapper show for himself. Here are pictures from his first day.


The outfit for the day

Dapperly done Outfit of the day

The Style Doctor started the day strong with this MintGreen Wicnhester tab and Grey Suit shirt from his Uche Nnaji Bespoke line, and a Zara coat to keep away the chill in sartorial style. A tweed waistcoat from his eponymous line completed the look.


With Emmanuel Berg

Uche Nnaji met with German Luxury shirt maker Emmanuel Berg who owns one of the most sophisticated shirt brands in the world.


With Forbes Style editor Joseph Daecetis

When you meet With Joseph Deacetis, the Chief Style Editor of FORBES magazine, you know the business of fashion is a very serious business.


With Lino Leluzzi

He ran into the legendary Lino Leluzzi who is the owner of the Milanese haberdashery Al Bazar and a celebrated style icon.



With Fadi Blanc and Sammy

All things bright and colourful for Pitti Uomo as the style doctor meets @fadiblanc59 and Nigerian brother in Red jacket



And finally a very sartorial African brother based in German comes along.


With Neapolitan tailor Andrea Palombo

With Neapolitan photographer Andrea Palombo


Ada Igboanugo

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