Men's Fashion

Simone Righi


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Carefully selected, classic menswear for men serious about their fashion.The apparently humble and understated look of this store from afar, tucked away and slightly off the main and exclusive street of Via della Vigna Nuova, should not be mistaken. Tie your Tie is a boutique known as the place for elegant, personalised service for menswear. Named in 1996 as one of the most elegant shops in the world, it prides itself in its local, tailormade and quality selection of men's clothing and accessories. Designed as a one-stop-shop for men's dressing literally from head to toe, jackets, suits, shirts, printed ties, shoes and all the accessories that go with it (even their own men's fragrance) can be found in this boutique. Simone, the elegant and sophisticated owner, is a favourite subject of the fashion guru blogger the Sartorialist, attesting to his impeccable taste in fashion.

Umberto Chiappe


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Sensible, classic and casual Italian menswear near the Ponte Vecchio.Since 1928, the family-run Umberto Chiappe boutique has dressed Florentine men from this spot with arguably one of the best views of the Ponte Vecchio on the banks of the Arno river. Find very classic, sporty menswear with a selection of Italian labels such as Gianfranco Ferrè and Trussardi. A traditional stock of casual and preppy wear such as trousers, jeans, khakis, checked shirts, polos, jackets and accessories including shoes, will keep you looking like a Florentine on his day off: coloured trousers, loafers, collared shirt with a sweater thrown around the neck. The look is conservative but sensible; refined but informal; and more than anything else, Italian.

Liverano & Liverano


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Tailored, bespoke menswear: old world charm meets modern elegance.If you're looking for a place to have not only a made to measure, but a bespoke suit or jacket, this is the place to treat yourself. Fittingly, Liverano & Liverano is on via dei Fossi, the very street where tailors set up shop during Leonardo da Vinci's time. Even the store itself, classic and elegant as the clothing, takes you back to another time, especially the rooms housing the stacks of tweeds and other fabrics, where the fitting and tailoring take place. With the young and immaculately dressed Japanese store manager, Takahiro (himself an expert shoe maker), you are in good hands. You can also find ready to wear men's coats, sports jackets, ties, shoes, shirts and knits in Maestro Liverano's distinctive style. Each detail and seam is carefully handmade.