Location: Moscow

Month: July 2018

Key Looks: Vitaly Vorobyev has got casual comfort down in his sophisticated skate-inspired look (slides four and five). Keeping it clean, he wears a NEIGHBORHOOD jersey over a WTAPS sweat, Ben Davis pants, and a pair of Vans x WTAPS sneakers. He styles it out with Madison x WTAPS shades, a Wacko Maria belt, and a trusty carabiner.

As part of our partnership with PUMA Football, Tonya Arno rocks one of PUMA Football’s recently released jerseys in slides one, two, and three, which she combines with a Maaji sports bra and tights for an all-sport, all-black look.

In slides six and seven, Nadia Chorba’s outfit is, like the west of Moscow, full of contrast. She brings ‘90s vibes to high-end vintage with an oversized woolen Burberry overshirt. Cut-off white jeans and a pair of RETROSUPERFUTURE shades add a modern touch to the outfit.

Editor’s Notes: Over the last month, we have been capturing the style on Moscow's streets with the help of photographer and Moscow-native Leonid Sorokin. This roundup took us to the city’s western districts, an area known for its contrasting landscapes with parks and hills interspersed with towering skyscrapers. According to the locals, it's best to navigate this part of the city on foot, so comfort is a key consideration when selecting their 'fits.

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