This week in the world of fashion, Harry Styles made a case for fishnet tights, we took FRONTPAGE to brunch with Virgil Abloh and Nigo’s LV² collection, and Raf Simons unveiled his latest collaboration with Fred Perry.

These are unprecedented times, with most celebrities having the sense to quarantine themselves indoors following the rise in Covid-19 cases. Still, those who ventured out to get some air did so in style. See our list below.

Timothée Chalamet

Bumped into your man Tim down the boozer last week. Said he’s a huge Chelsea fan. Even unzipped that Prada jacket to reveal a Gianfranco Zola portrait tattoo on his sternum. No joke.

Chloë Sevigny and Sinisa Mackovic

Is that Ezra Koenig cosplaying as a Berghain-goer? Nah, it's just Chloë Sevigny's ridiculously stylish boyfriend, Sinisa Mackovic.


Kanye West invented the “Erewhon drip,” Halsey perfected it.

Marc Jacobs

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You’ve been cast into an alternative reality where all street dealers dress like Marc Jacobs. In this strange place, angel dust is the drug of choice. Makes sense.

Kerwin Frost

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Kerwin Frost, he's nothing but a Rick Owens-loving, foul-mouthed anthropomorphized teddy bear.

Hector Bellerin

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Roger Federer called, he wants his Pringle cardigan back. Sorry, Hecky.

A$AP Nast

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A$AP Nast isn't having any of this coronavirus talk. He's fucked off to the woods, where he spends his days smoking ciggies and taking fit pics. Fair play.

Blondey McCoy

I guess the supermarkets finally ran out of tinned beans. Lovely sweater, though.

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