Where the runway meets the street

We’re back with another 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. This week served up another stellar selection of fits, including a selection of runway-ready Balenciaga looks, stripes on just about everything as they cement themselves into the ranks of this year’s go-to patterns, and Virgil Abloh x Nike’s “The Ten” feature heavily throughout.

And the sought-after Balenciaga Speed Trainer can be seen not once, but twice in this week’s roundup. Users were obviously quick to capitalize on its October re-stock.

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.

Towering figures

Paris c'est Nous ! ?

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Murdered-out fit

Winter is noir. @pieces.uniques @c2h4_la @uniqlo @off____white @nike

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Travel in style

Casually Waiting… @trendywubi

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Big business

Sport blue

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Striped up

SS18 tracksuit @droledemonsieur – 12.17

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Gangster’s Paradise


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The loudest pants

"Mans not hot" – ?. @nxccoo seriously tho, its freezin' out here

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Perfect combination

I'm established ?

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Straight from the runway


For more style news, Hiroshi Fujiwara just stepped out in a pair of never-before-seen fragment design x Nike Air Force 1 sneakers.

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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