Italian Gatsby: Luca Rubinacci

If F. Scott Fitzgerald had penned Jay Gatsby to be Italian, he might have been a literary version of Luca Rubinacci. At least, that’s what sprang to mind when we snapped him yesterday wearing a navy blue baker-boy cap.

Luca Rubinacci style

Luca Rubinacci style

The Creative Director of Italian menswear brand Rubinacci was attending Pitti Uomo, decked out in turtleneck, tweed suit, and stack of bracelets.

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