The Round Up: Pitti Uomo 90 Street Style, Bespoke coupe from Rolls-Royce, Stella McCartney menswear, and Where to Eat in NYC this weekend

I see a theme! It’s June and that means Pitti Uomo was back in full swing in the lovely city of Florence for its ninetieth installment. The Palazzo and Ponte Vecchio were now doubt flooded with the best in men’s suiting and the echoes of butterscotch, denim and summer white are cues we should definitely follow as the temps warm up. I personally always love to see the rumbling on a well fitted linen suit. The folks over at the Aussie men’s site D’MARGE have a nice round up of Pitti Uomo 90 street style. Click here to see the slideshow from Day 1 of Pitti Uomo (and Days 2 and 3 are just as good). 

Luxury automaker Rolls-Royce officially retired the classic Phantom coupe in favor of the new artfully crafted Dawn. The drophead model hit dealerships just last month but its first production run is already sold out until the top of next year. Learn more about what makes it so special from DuJour

Father’s Day is this weekend! And if you forgot, I’ve yet to meet a guy who would turn down a good meal. So if you’re in New York for the annual festivities of dad-ness, then I have one suggestion: Sweet Chick.

From sweet to savory, they cover the full flavor profile and you won’t be disappointed. I went with the Mrs. not too long ago and if a picture is worth a thousand words, you’d only need two: eat here. Enjoy!

The always dashing Ms. Stella McCartney, known for adding feminine flair to tradition English tailoring (training under the Saile Row great Edward Sexton) with her eponymous line, is apparently flirting with menswear, confirming long held tumors with a November release date according to the New York Times.

“The desire to marry the Stella woman to a man has been inside me since the very beginning,” said Ms. McCartney. Now, we have a reasonable expectation of how great the finished product. But what spin will she put on it? See the full story here