Location: London

Month: June 2019

Key Looks: The World Cup is almost upon us, a fact which hasn't gone unnoticed at London Fashion Week Men's SS19. Football shirts are represented by Hummel Hive's well-received collaboration with 424 from last year (slide seven), while #teamearly comes through, providing us with a rare public glimpse of OFF-WHITE's much-hyped Croatia/Netherlands/Borussia Dortmund-inspired Nike tie-up (slide 15).

Additional highlights include the blinding Porter rucksack (slide six), Christopher Raeburn x Timberland long-sleeve (slide nine) and rave-ready Burberry/Napa by Martine Rose 'fit (slide 15).

Editor’s Notes: Eva Al Desnudo made her way to the U.K. capital to capture these retina-busting looks, as London's fashion finest brought some much-needed color to the city's gray streets. Peep the images above, and then acquaint yourself with another dose of street style here.

Which ’fits do you dig? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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