What happens in the streets during fashion week is becoming almost as important as what happens on the runway. Street style in and around fashion week shows us what influencers are wearing and what trends are worth following.

This rings especially true for sneakers, as trends and what’s popular is constantly changing – even within sub-cultures like sportswear or chunky sneakers. So, to help you make sense of it all and keep you looking fresh we’ve rounded up some of our favorite sneakers from London, Oslo, and Milan fashion weeks.

We’ve split our favorite sneakers by location and have included a reference image so you can see how to best style them.

Peep the list below and visit the links if you’re feeling any of our selections.

London Fashion Week

Nike Air Max 98

Air Max 98



Buy at NIKE

adidas by Raf Simons Ozweego III

Ozweego III


adidas by Raf Simons

Buy at Farfetch

Acne Studios Sofiane



Acne Studios

Buy at ssense

COMME des GARÇONS HOMME Plus x Nike Air Max 180

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Nike Air VaporMax Plus

Air Vapormax Plus



Buy at Nike UK

Oslo Fashion Week

Nike SF Air Force 1 High

SF AF-1 Hi



Buy at NIKE

Salomon x The Broken Arm Shelter CS WP

Shelter CS WP


Salomon x The Broken Arm

Buy at The Broken Arm

FILA Disruptor II

Disruptor II



Buy at Urban Outfitters

Milan Fashion Week

adidas by Raf Simons New Runner

New Runner


adidas by Raf Simons

Buy at East Dane

Gucci Rhyton




Buy at Farfetch

Converse x Tyler, The Creator Golf le Fleur Suede Low

Golf Le Fleur* Suede Low Top


onverse by Tyler

Buy at Need Supply

Zara Thick Sole Sneaker

Thick Sole Sneakers



Buy at zara

In other sneaker news, Nike surprise-dropped the Air Jordan 3 “Tinker” on Snapchat and it sold out in 23 minutes. Read more here.

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