With the new year in full swing, we return with yet another 2018 edition of the ten best Snobshots found on Instagram this week. If you are unfamiliar with our Snobshots series, it’s our global street style roundup, highlighting the best in user-submitted imagery. And in much the same way that 2017 was a triumph in documenting some of the finest street style shots, 2018 promises to be no different.

Chock-full of the usual streetwear heat and finely curated fits, this week’s selection was a triumph in monochromatic styling and the effective mastering of bright colors such as that seen in Supreme’s Nike Air Humara collaboration. Amongst this, Balenciaga’s ever-popular Triple S rears its head yet again, 032c’s “Peroxide” collection makes a long-overdue appearance, and some seriously utilitarian fits are highlighted by famed Stüssy graphics. Enjoy a full helping of outfit inspiration below, and let us know what you think in the comment section following.

To participate, all you have to do is use the #Snobshots hashtag on your Instagram street style posts, along with the #city you’re in, and the #brands making up your fit.

Get involved, try it out for yourself, and enjoy ten of this week’s best entries below.

Shining in the winter

Heading out to find a new book to read, any recommendations???⚠️⁉️

A post shared by Alexis J. Ordonez ? (@alexjordonez) on


Pinstripe kingpin

Monochrome masterclass

The new utility

01/01 good bay~~~~??

A post shared by Sang Won Lee (@esc_studio) on

Mr. Green Thumb

Power couple

Desks are the new chairs

my lil personal workspace ✨

A post shared by Kicki Yang Zhang 张暘 (@kickiyangz) on

Waiting for Morpheus

A post shared by 〰➰???? (@fengfan_x) on

Out on the loose

Let me see ?

A post shared by Gianluca Potami (@gianlucapotami) on

For more in fashion news, Stüssy celebrates Moodymann with its latest, limited edition T-shirt release. Check it out here.

Words by Adam Mark
Weekend Editor

Adam is Highsnobiety’s Weekend Editor and splits his time between overseeing all weekend content and studying Economic and Social Communication at Berlin’s University of the Arts.

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