Street Style is a photo series documenting the latest happenings and goings-on in the Highsnobiety universe. Here, Eva Al Desnudo shoots attendees of this year’s Fall/Winter 2018 presentations at Milan Fashion Week.

It is no mystery that Milan’s fashion week escapades have undoubtedly help cement the city’s reputation as one of the finest to visit whether you are in the business for the buying, parties, or breathtaking runway presentations.

This week’s roundup of stellar street style went on to show off household names such as Adwoa Aboah and Luka Sabbat, as well as shots of the infamous Fendi coat that inspired Supreme’s latest SS18 collection. Amongst this, oversized was still the word, as many came out in a variety of loose-fitting layers, all refined through careful combinations of refined houndstooth patterning, flashes of blocked color, and notable typographic embellishments.

For more in fashion news, Gucci just donated $500K in aid of a forthcoming gun control march. Read the full story here.

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