Location: Prague

Season: SS18

Key Looks: The Tom and Jerry work shirt from Supreme's FW16 drop (slide #6) and the vintage Dior short-sleeve shirt (slide #12).

Editor’s Notes: This week's Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week brought some sartorial fire, with key looks coming from Supreme, 1017 ALYX 9SM's SS19 collection, and Balenciaga FW18, as shot by Thomas Habr.

However, as well as the big names just mentioned, unbranded looks such as in slide #1 — olive green shirt with contrast white stitching paired with a snakeskin belt and plain black blazer — point to one of the main trends of this season: tailoring.

As our FW18 trend expert Nick Paget tells us, "The biggest message for menswear is that it’s time to clean up and grow up a bit. Streetwear has gripped our attention for a long time now and we’re sensing a shift away from that sporty vibe, which ushers in smarter pieces, not least tailoring."

What do you think of Prague's summer street style? Drop us a comment telling us which is the best ’fit and why.

In other fashion news, we take a closer look at genderless fashion ahead of New York Fashion Week.

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