Amidst the clump of stuffy, bourgeois happenings at Paris Fashion Week, the attendees at OFF-WHITE's show displayed a more urban affair, mixing up a range of outfits plucked from the streetwear and contemporary end of the sartorial spectrum (much to our personal gratification).

The hyped function was met with a sizable squad of high-profile guests, including Kanye West and Luka Sabbat, who stomped through the Parisian streets to check out their old pal Virgil Abloh's SS17 womenswear collection. The usual bundle of street styled brands were spotted left and right (Raf, Gosha, VLONE, Yeezus merch and the like), but let's take a brief moment to shout-out the homie in slide #9, seen wearing Highsnob's very-own adidas UltraBOOST collaboration.

For more street style madness, take a look at what our photographer caught outside COMME des GARÇONS' SS17 show.

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