Key Looks: Here, the dark-wash denim works nicely when paired with a black mock turtleneck tee in slide #2, and the full ’90s styling in slide #5 is a vibe, replete with a short-sleeved-tee-over-long-sleeved-tee, and a bucket hat. As far as all-black looks go, there’s some serious heat in slide #17, balanced out with some orange lenses.
Editor’s Notes: Seoul’s street style is always quite boundary-pushing, as seen in this set, which highlights how the city is adopting more genderless fashion (along with New York), such as in slide #11 and slide #14.
August’s style round-up, as captured by Daniel Luna, also shows which brands are rolling with South Korea right now. In this case, Gosha Rubchinskiy, Supreme, and Calvin Klein, and on foot, there’s Raf Simons x adidas Ozeegos, Converse Chuck Taylors, Nike Air Monarchs, and various Dr. Martens.