Much more ink has been spilt about Kim Kardashian's outfits than Pete Davidson's, and for good reason. Davidson is practically fashion-agnostic, with a style resume that includes ill-fitting pants, boring suits and campaigns for Rowing Blazers and H&M.

But that's part of the charm, right? Davidson is everything that Kardashian isn't: all effortless sleaze and head-to-toe tattoos (with Kardashian's name, even), starkly antithetical to Kardashian's fastidiously polished persona.

Maybe opposites really do attract.

Either way, there's usually little to be said about Davidson's style aside from his predilection for Vans and funny hats.

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But there are days where the mask slips and Davidson reveals his true form as a quietly canny streetwear consumer, like on May 30 when he stepped out with Kardashian to grab dinner in London.

She, clad in her usual Balenciaga pantaleggings, and he, clad in a Supreme x Dickies jacket and HIDDEN.NY T-shirt with those inimitable white Vans.

HIDDEN.NY and likeminded Instagram curation pages — @the.thinkings, Lil Jupiter, and all the rest — are to the Instagram generation what Tumblr pages like Jjjjound were to a certain sect of streetwear-conscious creatives.

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HIDDEN.NY may be the most popular of the lot, what with famous fans like Virgil Abloh, Drake, and Daniel Arsham boosting the reach of its vintage NIGO photos, Kanye illustrations, and sneaker shots.

HIDDEN.NY T-shirt or socks are like the Subware T-shirt or A.P.C. jeans of yore, a subtle wink to the other dudes in the know that, yes, we both follow the same semi-popular Instagram account.

It's funny to see Davidson in a HIDDEN tee because its like Davidson acknowledging that he actually does care about "the culture," to some extent, and the Supreme jacket is icing on top.

Considering that his usual outfit is nothing to write home about (literally, in this case), Davidson's quiet streetwear flex makes for a pretty funny curio.

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