If our street-style roundups are anything to go by, bold prints and graphics are still going strong. This week in Milan, we spotted a mix of new and vintage shirts emblazoned with statement prints from fashion houses such as Burberry, Gucci, and Prada, but also more street-hyped brands like NEIGHBORHOOD.

To help you stay ahead of the wave and keep up with the fashion week crew, we're putting you on to some of the dopest shirts available right now. They may not be the same ones we spotted in Milan, but they're still pretty damn sweet.

As with all our round-ups, we've trawled through our favorite online retailers to bring you some of the very best products. Our picks include the classic but always relevant designs of Burberry's signature plaid shirt, but also more in-your-face designs like a colorful tiger-print silk shirt from Gucci and an Aries' Hawaiian option. No matter your style, there's something in there that everyone can rock.

Ready to finally add that neck-breaking, Fashion Week-ready piece to your closet? Browse the full selection here.

Net Print Shirt

Net Print Shirt

$255

NEIGHBORHOOD.

Buy at Farfetch

Tribal Hawaiian Shirt

$129

Aries

Buy at END.

Comic Shirt

$794

Prada

Buy at ssense

Silk Shirt

$1280

Gucci

Buy at Mr Porter

Patchwork Shirt

$685

Stella McCartney

Buy at ssense

Alexander Shirt

$325

Burberry

Buy at ssense

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