With the SS17 menswear month set to kick off with London Collections: Men in June, Highsnobiety's roaming squad of street style photographers hit up Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week: Tbilisi to document some of the final fashion shows of the FW16 season.

Georgia — that's Georgia in the Caucasus, not the Deep South — might not be the first place that springs to mind when thinking of fashion week street style, but that hasn't stopped the week's attendees from stepping out in an array of fashion-forward getups. Seen worn by the many attendees are pieces from hyped names like Raf Simons and Supreme x Undercover, as well as a notable appearance from up-and-coming label The Incorporated, which we featured in our Under The Radar feature back in February.

For more street style, check out what Berlin cool kid Anton Strauch is wearing right now.

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