Pitti Uomo is the event in which the outlines of men’s fashion are outlined year after year. The beginnings of streetstyle as an obsession were seen right in the streets of Florence, just as today the taste of a classic and elegant style is rediscovered in the edition number 97 of Pitti Uomo, the first of 2020. Trying to guess trends starting from brand proposals for the autumn winter 2020 2021 we seem to see a novelty: a reversal of course, a return to the origin, an implosion of design towards its pulsating core made of double-breasted suits and khaki-colored knitwear. The impression one gets is that of a renewal: tradition exudes from the slits of the Renaissance buildings to convey hi-tech fabrics and new manufacturing techniques into an alchemical pewter. The common denominator of this stylistic equation is absolute attention to the material: quality is not preferred, it is the only possible alternative. And they have always known it at Pitti Uomo. Here are the main trends and the most interesting things seen at Pitti Uomo 2020 just ended. An absolute novelty for menswear is the almost absolute abandonment of dark and cardinal shades such as black and blue, which give way to the more wearable and casual softness of autumn colors. Gray, khaki, sand, military green and ocher intertwine in the Cruciani and Brooksfield knitwear, becoming red and tangerine mottled dove-gray in the Mezulic ready-to-wear.